Touching Spirit Bear - Chapters 26-28 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter Twenty-six, Peter refuses to sleep in the cabin with Cole. Peter's father points out that Garvey will be with them to ensure Peter's safety but Cole interrupts, saying he'll sleep outside in a tent. As Peter's parents prepare to leave, Peter argues with them. Cole is ashamed that he could ever have felt the need to make someone afraid of him.

Mr. Driscal takes Cole aside to talk. He says he'll make sure Cole goes to jail if he hurts Peter at all. When his parents leave, Peter sits down beside the shore and refuses to move. Cole puts a candy bar near him but it's a long time before Peter gets it. Cole sleeps in the tent that night and it's cold. The next day, Cole invites Peter and Garvey along as he goes to the pool and then hikes...

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