Christopher Mouse: The Tale of a Small Traveler - Chapter 5: Freddy Willis Summary & Analysis

William Wise
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Christopher was depressed after his sister left. He felt stupid for ever thinking that they would stay together. Parrot and Hamster tried to cheer him up with poems and lectures, but Christopher chose to sleep a lot instead. He did not even care when customers dropped by the shop. One day a boy visited the pet shop. Hamster was excited because kids never had enough money to adopt a big pet like a puppy or bird. It was logical that this boy would want a hamster or a mouse. Christopher noted that the boy scowled. Hamster said he might just be nearsighted or nervous. When Parrot squawked, the boy looked their way and smiled. Hamster hoped he was what the boy wanted, but the boy ran directly to Christopher’s cage. Christopher was not excited because he still missed his sister. Hamster...

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