Among the Hidden Quotes

Margaret Haddix
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"He had never disobeyed the order to hide. Even as a toddler, barely able to walk in the backyard's tall grass, he had somehow understood the fear in his mother's voice." (Chapter 1, pg. 1)

"Then, more to herself than to him, Mother added, 'And things could be worse.'

Somehow, that wasn't comforting. Luke didn't know why, but he had a feeling what she really meant was that things were going to get worse. He snuggled tighter against Mother, hoping he was wrong." (Chapter 3, pg. 19)

"It was strange-he should hate the new houses for replacing his woods and forcing him to stay indoors. But he'd half-fallen in love with them, having watched every foundation poured, every wooden skeleton of walls and roofs raised to the sky. They were his main entertainment, aside from talking to Mother when she came upstairs for what she called 'my Luke breaks.'" (Chapter 6, pg...

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