The Underneath - Chapters 59-66 Summary & Analysis

Kathi Appelt
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In Chapter 59, Puck has gained success in hunting, but still can’t figure a way to get across the creek. As he looks at the other side of the creek, he sees the hummingbird for just a second before it is gone.

In Chapter 60, thousands of years ago, the trees had loved Night Song and her music. As she looks at the jar, she realizes how much she misses Grandmother. In the present, Puck misses his sister, his mother, and Ranger.

In Chapter 61, Ranger thinks of the days he was allowed to share Gar Face’s kills with him. He and Gar Face both know Ranger was the best hound in the forest, descended from prize hounds. He’d helped Gar Face trap and kill everything, including a black bear. The only reason he’d let the bobcat go free was because he...

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