Pax - Chapters 1, 2, and 3 Summary & Analysis

Sara Pennypacker
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Summary

In Chapter 1, Pax was surprised by Peter’s anxiety as the car in which they were riding slowed near the woods. Pax tried to make Peter laugh but realized Peter was crying. He heard Peter talk to his father in a begging tone. The car stopped. Peter’s father said something to Peter. Pax recognized what he was saying was a lie. The father lifted Pax by the scruff and set him down next to the woods. Peter pulled a toy soldier out of his pocket and threw it into the woods. Believing they were playing, Pax chased the toy. When he found it, he barked for Peter but got no response. He was distracted by the birds screeching overhead but then heard car doors shutting. Pax ran back to the road in time to see the car driving away.

In Chapter 2, Peter...

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