Pax - Chapters 25, 26, and 27 Summary & Analysis

Sara Pennypacker
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In Chapter 25, Pax was so anxious that he was digging as he stood watch over Runt. When Bristle returned, Pax walked out. He sensed that something was coming. Bristle took Pax to show him how to hunt. It took him a while to get the hang of hunting but he finally caught his first mouse. He was so happy he celebrated by jumping off a tree branch the way he’d seen Runt do. In his joy he shared his peanut butter jar with Bristle and Runt. After she finished, Bristle allowed Pax to groom her. As it got darker Pax sensed a dangerous animal. He ordered Runt into the den.

In Chapter 26, as Peter tried to walk past the guard station, he was stopped. He had been successful in his trip so far as he had made his way through deserted towns...

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