The People of Sparks - Chapters 11, 12 and 13 Summary & Analysis

Jeanne DuPrau
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Chapters 11, 12 and 13 Summary

Chapter 11 is called "Tick's Projects." Tick Hassler proves to be good at motivating people to join him in projects to improve their living conditions at the hotel, but Doon notices that as soon as one of his projects gets underway he loses interest and turns his attention to a new project, leaving the previous one unfinished.

It is summer and the Emberites are not used to the heat. Their enthusiasm begins to wane. Edward Pocket, who is too old for hard work, complains to Doon one day that he has nothing to do all day. Doon is struck with an idea and shows Edward the room full of old books. Edward, a former librarian, is overjoyed to take on the project of organizing the books. As he sorts through them he brings books he thinks Doon might like back to the...

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