In the beginning of the story Crispin was just a peasant living in Stromford Village, all alone. He didn't know anything about anywhere outside of his village. There were other people in the village that did help Crispin when he needed.
Many people in Crispin's village all believed that he killed a man even though he really did not kill anyone. explain why people believe Crispin killed a man.
Crispin left Stromford Village, because he wanted to get away from everyone who thought he killed a person. explain why Crispin ran away.
Crispin met Bear who turns out to be one of Crispins good friends, and Bear helps Crispin a lot. Bear also taught Crispin a lot about himself, and helps him with many different things. starts on page 84
Crispin and Bear travel toward Great Wexly, which was a village far away from Stromford Village. explain why they travel there in detail
In the end Crispin had learned many different things.