Analyze how Wilbur has changed and predict what Wilbur will do next.
Book: Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White — Ch. 16
What does the phrase, “His heart almost stopped,” as used on page 126, show about Wilbur?
He was so nervous about going to the fair.
He was worried about Charlotte not being able to come.
He was terrified that they may still kill him.
He was sick from all of the buttermilk he licked.
Find two other details from the text that support the answer to Part A.
How does Wilbur change? How will this change impact what happens at the fair?
What does the author mean by saying that Wilbur loses all his radiance? What happens that makes WIlbur lose all of his radiance? Why?
What does Mrs. Zuckerman do for Wilbur? Why does she do this?
doing something in a way to avoid danger or risk