The Wild Robot - Chapters 17 – 32 Summary & Analysis

Peter Brown
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Chapter 17: The Camouflaged Insect – Roz is now a filthy mess. Then, she notices a stick-like insect on a tree branch. Roz recognizes the insect’s camouflage –looking like a stick –helps it to survive. She hopes that camouflage will also help her to survive.

Chapter 18: The Camouflaged Robot – Roz’s desire to stay alive is stronger than her desire to stay clean. She covers herself with mud, grass, ferns, and other plants. The camouflage makes her look like a part of the landscape. Blending in, she nestles into a clearing in the woods. Week by week, Roz disguises herself as a different kind of landscape and hides somewhere else.

Chapter 19: The Observations – Roz’s camouflage allows her to study the island around her, from spiders spinning their webs to turtles plopping into ponds to caterpillars becoming butterflies.

Chapter 20: The Language of the Animals – Roz...

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