The Wild Robot - Chapters 33 – 48 Summary & Analysis

Peter Brown
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Chapter 33: The Garden – Tawny supervises the construction of a garden and encourages all the local animals to leave their droppings in the garden to help the soil grow rich and healthy. This allows Roz to meet many other animals and to become friends with them. From a lush meadow, Roz is directed to bring back sod for a lawn. Then, transplanted wildflowers, clovers, berries, shrubs, and herbs are used to create a garden.

Chapter 34: The Mother – Roz continues to watch over and feed Brightbill. Both Brightbill and the garden grow. Many animals come to eat from the garden, to befriend Roz and Brightbill, and to spend time with them. While out and about, other animals always say hello to Roz and Brightbill. Mother animals share motherly advice with Roz, which helps in the raising of Brightbill.

Chapter 35: First Swim – Roz brings Brightbill down for...

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