Numbers: Book 1 - Chapters 13 through 16 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Ward
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Chapters 13 through 16 Summary

In chapter thirteen, Spider says they need to find a place to camp and hide out, and that an ideal place will be where there aren't people around. Jem points out they are city kids and know nothing about the country. Spider suggests they'll be able to find wild berries and other food to eat and Jem says they'll be in the hospital themselves if they start eating wild berries. They stop briefly at a roadside stop and Jem becomes convinced a trucker is looking at them. They drive on and soon realize the truckers are talking about them on their radios. They leave the car and head out into the wood. They continue to walk and hear sirens behind them.

In chapter fourteen, they continue to walk in the fields and Jem feels very exposed. Spider finds a river and...

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