Christopher Mouse: The Tale of a Small Traveler - Chapter 4: "Poems and Parting" Summary & Analysis

William Wise
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At first, Anna and Christopher had trouble adjusting to their new surroundings. The birds and puppies were noisy. After a day or two, though, they settled in to their new home at Pete’s Pet Store. During business hours, the animals focused on business. They watched to see who entered and if they appeared to be a good pet owner. If the customer looked nice, the animals hoped to be adopted. If the customer looked mean, they hoped not to be adopted. At night, all the animals visited after the puppies fell asleep. Christopher and Anna made friends with Parrot and Hamster. Parrot’s cage was beside Christopher and Anna’s cage. Hamster lived above them. Both Parrot and Hamster were retreads, animals that had been returned after living in a number of homes. The animals like Anna and Christopher who...

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