The Underneath - Chapters 83-89 Summary & Analysis

Kathi Appelt
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In Chapter 83, Puck continues to think of a way to get across the creek. He sees some turtles riding down the creek on a log. He thinks he can perhaps jump onto the log and ride until it goes to the other side of the creek. When he jumps on the log, however, it spins and goes under the water. Puck is dunked in the water. Although he coat is cleaned of the last of the mud, Puck doesn’t make it to the other side of the creek. As he dries off, Puck sees the hummingbird again.

In Chapter 84, back one thousand years ago, Grandmother spots the jar sitting on the side of the creek. She admires it, and then becomes angry when she remembers it was made by Night Song, the daughter who betrayed her twice. She wants to destroy the...

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