Describe how Wilbur is feeling at the end of the chapter and why.
Book: Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White — Ch. 9
What does the word vaguely on page 63 suggest about Charlotte and her plan for Wilbur?
Charlotte is unsure of the details of her plan.
Charlotte is confident in her plan.
Charlotte has a very detailed plan.
Charlotte is terrified of how to come up with a plan.
Which detail from the text best supports the answer to Part A?
“The plan is still in its early stages and hasn’t completely shaped up yet, but I’m working on it.”
“Wilbur was trembling again, but Charlotte was cool and collected."
“I was never more serious in my life. I am not going to let you die, Wilbur.”
“When I’m hanging head-down at the top of my web.”
How is Wilbur feeling at the end of the chapter? Give two specific reasons to explain why Wilbur feels they way he does.
to not do much physical activity
not given enough attention or care