The Underneath - Chapters 29-40 Summary & Analysis

Kathi Appelt
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Summary

In Chapter 29, the different types of snakes are described, but a special warning is given against the moccasin with a cottonmouth, like Grandmother, as she has jaws like a trap that can take a finger off.

In Chapter 30, the kittens see firsthand what happens when a rat gets in front of Gar Face and his gun. When the rat is shot, it becomes apparent that the rule instructing the kittens not to get in front of Gar Face and his gun is a good one. The rule to stay in the Underneath is also a good one. Also repeated in this chapter is the rule that enchanted creatures can only exist in their human form once.

In Chapter 31, one morning while Sabine, Ranger, Puck's mother are still sleeping, Puck runs out from under the porch to explore the sunshine. He enjoys it so...

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