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Bilbo was unhappy because Gandolf left and he was very upset. That is why Bilbo I think Bilbo was unhappy

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The dogs lasted by digging holes in the ground to keep warm. Your welcome ;)

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chapter 9 is called a warm welcoming and this chapter is a nice one

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give it a blanket and hot water bottle. You're Welcome!

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