Pax - Chapters 13, 14, and 15 Summary & Analysis

Sara Pennypacker
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In Chapter 13, Pax was getting weak because he had not eaten in several days. He knew he would die soon if he did not get food. As Pax was looking for something to eat, Runt bounded into him. Runt sensed Pax was hungry and brought a worm, but Pax could not eat it without throwing up. Runt left again and brought a quail egg. Pax recognized eggs from his humans and was able to eat this gift. Runt kept bringing him eggs until Pax had eaten seven. Finally, Pax was able to sleep. Runt stood guard.

In Chapter 14, although Peter did not always like to talk about his mother when people asked, he found he was more comfortable talking about her to Vola when she asked about the charm bracelet. He said his mother had liked the phoenix charm because that bird was...

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