Christopher Mouse: The Tale of a Small Traveler - Chapter 12: "Life Among the Ladies" Summary & Analysis

William Wise
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Christopher awoke to hear women in the office. He had overslept. He thought about running out of the drawer, but realized that he had no idea of the office layout. He decided to wait until they left for lunch. While he waited, his thirst grew and he got hungry again, too. At lunch time, Cordelia went to lunch, but Amelia, whose desk he was hiding inside, stayed in the office to work. To take his mind off his hunger and thirst, Christopher began creating a poem called “Christopher’s Advice to Younger Mice (89).” The advice given in the poem was not to travel. Instead, be good to your owner so he will keep you.

Christopher thought that, perhaps, Amelia loved white mice and would be a good owner. Just then she discovered her empty peanut package and declared that she...

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