The Wild Robot - Chapters 49 – 64 Summary & Analysis

Peter Brown
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Chapter 49: The Flier – With Roz’s encouragement, Brightbill becomes a better and better flier. He is not the strongest or the biggest, but he becomes the smartest, learning how to fly the way other birds do as well as geese. He teaches these tricks and techniques to other interested goslings.

Chapter 50: The Button – Roz and Brightbill decide to try out the button on the back of Roz’s head. The button powers Roz down, which worries Brightbill. Brightbill quickly starts Roz up again, who says she feels as if no time has passed at all. Brightbill says it felt like forever to him.

Chapter 51: The Autumn – The autumn comes on. As frost comes to the island, the animals grow more fur and prepare for the coming winter. The geese are preparing to leave the island for winter.

Chapter 52: The Flock – Brightbill asks his mother...

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