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Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White Brittney Palomarez
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Charlotte’s Web has always been one of my favorite books and movies. I think it helped spark my love and respect for animals. I think the talking animals made it so compelling and exciting for me as a little kid and it continues to keep the imaginations of children vigorous. It is a timeless classic. In chapter one, we first see Fern, her mother and finally her father carrying an axe. Fern finds out that piglets were born the night before and that her father was going to kill the runt of the litter. Right before he lifts his axe to kill the piglet Fern convinces him not to do it and to let her keep him and her father agrees. She took in the little piglet and named him Wilbur. Next in chapter two, Fern is obsessed with Wilbur and Wilbur is obsessed with Fern in return because she treats him as though he is a little baby, feeding him with bottles and letting him ride around in her baby carriage. As the chapter goes on Wilbur gets bigger and bigger. One day Mr. and Mrs. Arable thought that it was time that Wilbur needed to go because he was much too big to handle at their house, and Fern was really upset but she had no choice but to sell him to her Uncle and Aunt, the Zuckermans. In chapter three, Wilbur is depressed that he was separated from his Fern and is having a hard time getting used to his surroundings at the new farm. The other animals are very cold towards him and they think he is somewhat of a cry baby. The goose tells him a way to get out of his pen if he wants to leave so bad so he does but he gets hungry and scared and Mr. Zuckerman puts him back in his pen, to Wilbur’s dismay.
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In chapter four, Wilbur decides to plan his day out so he isn’t bored and sad but the rain comes and ruins his entire day. Wilbur starts crying again and won’t eat the food Lurvy brings to him. Then he hears a sweet voice and tries to find it, but can’t. The voice assures him that everything is going to be alright and to stop crying because she would be his friend. Wilbur is very happy that he made a new friend. In chapter five, Wilbur is so excited that he made a new friend and is asking all of the
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