Book Summary: Twelve-year-old Gregor returns to the world beneath New York City, where he joins forces with Princess Luxa and Ripred the rat to defend the Underlanders and the Nibblers from the army led by the adolescent rat king, the Bane. To help put the right book in each reader's hands, consider the following comprehensive text complexity analyses within your instructional plans. What do you want your students to accomplish with the text, and how will you implement this in your lesson? How will you guide your students to construct meaning and grow as readers, based on the theme and content of this particular text? Which readers will deeply connect with this text, and where does that fit into the instructional plan?

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But now the mice are disappearing, and the young queen Luxa, who credits them with saving her life, is determined to find out why.

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