The Treasure Seekers - 03/09/201019:21:00

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03/09/2010 19:21:00 First sentence—“This is a story of the different ways we looked for treasure, and I  think when you have read it you will see we were not lazy about the looking.” Children oldest   youngest Dora Oswald Dicky Horace Octavius Pg. 21—I have often thought that if the people who write books for children knew  a little more it would be better Pg. 37—“[Oswald] can nearly always tell. And when people are not telling the  truth Oswald generally knows by the way they look with their eyes. Oswald is not proud  of being able to do this. He knows it is through no merit of his own that he is much  cleverer than some people.” We get Oswald’s feelings Pg. 39—Oswald “A promise is a sacred thing, even when you’d much rather not.” Pg. 39—“The girls sleep with their room-door open for fear of burglars” Pg. 43—“if you think [Alice cried murder] you know little what girls are”
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