Fablehaven - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

Mull, Brandon
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The third chapter is titled “The Ivy Shack,” and it switches to Seth's point of view. Seth knows he has a limited amount of time in the woods or Grandpa will find out. When he comes to a fork in the path, he piles up rocks to remind himself of the way back. He is startled when he encounters a porcupine. Though he wants to be independent, he wishes Kendra was with him. He approaches an ivy-covered shed and finds an old woman tied with a rope. She is gnawing on the knot. The old woman is later identified as a witch named Muriel. She has a limberjack, which is a type of puppet, and she says his name is Mendigo. She invites Seth to come inside the shack to try out the puppet, but he refuses. She invites him to prove his...

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