Chapter 10 The Happy Home
Chapter 10 The Happy Home Summary
Because Peter Pan has saved Tiger Lily’s life, the Native Americans are friendly toward the Lost Boys. They begin to idolize Peter which irritates the boys. Because they are so thankful, the Native Americans stay above the Lost Boy’s cavern home and guard it from the pirates.
The “Night of Nights” begins when Peter comes back from checking what time it is. The crocodile regularly chimes out the time. Peter and Wendy have a strange conversation. Wendy wants to know what Peter thinks of her. Peter answers that he feels like a devoted son. This upsets Wendy who moves away from Peter.
The whole group dance and sing. They have a wonderful evening not knowing this will be their last together. At bedtime, Wendy starts to tell a story. This is a story that Peter doesn’t like; however, he stays to hear it anyway.
Chapter 10 The Happy Home Printables
This free pdf file contains three printable practice worksheets:
- Vocabulary Practice with remonstrated & devoted
- Comprehension Questions for Chapter 10
- Constructive Response Writing Question [Figurative Language]
You can get the file here.