James and the Giant Peach - Study Guide Chapters 13 - 16 Summary & Analysis

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Miss Spider hurries to weave the beds after dinner. She is very concerned that everyone find their beds comfortable, and James is transfixed as she weaves each one individually, in the shape of each insect's body. Meanwhile, James continues to help Centipede with his many pairs of boots. Soon after, almost all the insects are asleep with the exception of the Centipede who shouts, repeatedly, to turn out the lights. James looks nervously around the room before questioning if he is meant to turn out the lights. As it turns out, the Glow-Worm has fallen asleep with her light on. James learns that Glow-worms are not worms at all, but simply lady fireflies without wings. When the Glow-worm finally wakes up, she sleepily greets James, turns out her light, and falls back to sleep.

When James wakes up the next morning, the entire...

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