The Underneath - Chapters 106-113 Summary & Analysis

Kathi Appelt
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Summary

In Chapter 106, the rain has softened the ground to the point the loblolly pine falls. Grandmother’s jar is brought to the surface and cracked. In fear, Puck runs.

In Chapter 107, Puck realizes he’s running away from Ranger’s howl and goes back to the tree. He is so hurt by his missing of his family that he almost misses the fact that the tree has made a bridge for him across the creek.

In Chapter 108, in her freedom, Grandmother goes to her old friend, the Alligator. She asks about the daughter but before he can answer, the Alligator smells someone coming. He sinks under the water while Grandmother slithers up a tree to wait and watch.

In Chapter 109, Puck runs across the tree to the other side of the creek.

In Chapter 110, Puck finds the tilting house, but Ranger and Sabine...

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