Christopher Mouse: The Tale of a Small Traveler - Chapter 13: Weary Traveler Summary & Analysis

William Wise
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Christopher escapes into a restroom. When Christopher finally felt safe, he went to the faucet and got a drink. He slipped into the sink and opened his mouth and just let the water drip into his mouth. He realized the sink was too slippery for him to climb. He felt defeated and was ready to accept the fact that he would be found and killed. But then he thought about his Great-uncle Julius. He decided not to die the same way. At that moment, Christopher noticed the edge of a paper towel in the sink that nearly reached the rim. He was able to jolt up the side of the paper towel to escape the sink. As soon as he got out of the sink, he ran out of the restroom. He set out to find the museum’s restaurant.

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