Read these parts of the story again and complete the mind map.
Bilbo was very rich and had been the wonder of the Shire for sixty years since his remarkable disappearance and unexpected return. The riches from his travels became a local legend, and it was believed, that the Hill at Bag End was full of tunnels with treasure.
But Mr. Baggins was generous with his money, so most people forgave him for being rich and strange. But he had no close friends, until some of his younger cousins began to grow up.
The eldest of these, and Bilbo’s favourite, was young Frodo Baggins. When Bilbo was ninety-nine, he adopted Frodo as his heir, and brought him to live at Bag End.
When Mr. Bilbo Baggins of Bag End decided that he would celebrate his eleventy-first birthday with a party, there was much talk and excitement in Hobbiton.
Bilbo was going to be eleventy-one, 111, and Frodo was going to be thirty-three, 33, an important number.
As for Bilbo Baggins, while he was making his speech, he had a golden ring in his pocket: his magic secret ring. As he stepped down he put it on his finger, and he was never seen by any hobbit in Hobbiton again.
‘I am leaving everything to him. I hope he will be happy.’
‘Everything?’ Gandalf said. ‘The ring as well? You agreed to that, you remember.’
‘Well, er, yes, I suppose so,’ Bilbo said.
‘I have just begun to think about the ring. No need to worry. But if you take my advice you will use it very seldom, or not at all. I say again: keep it safe, and keep it secret!’