In the Small - Pages 16 through 30 Summary & Analysis

Michael Hague
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Pages 16 through 30 Summary

George had been outside when the blue light struck. He has shrunk in size and is standing next to a giant shovel. Apparently, he was working in the garden. He is terrified when he sees a frog that is much larger than he is and a bee that is about the same size as he. He's worried about his family and he climbs through the yard, which is now like a jungle, and struggles to get back. But since he's so small, he gets confused and lost and can't find his way.

Back inside, Beatrix and Mrs. Willow take a huge screwdriver and open the window so Beatrix can crawl out and look for her grandfather. Once she gets outside, Beatrix desperately calls for him. Meanwhile, George is completely confused about what has taken place. Beatrix walks around outside. She is...

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