Kingdom Keepers: Disney After Dark Quotes

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For the record, your notoriety pulls no weight in my class. I beg you to remember that when grades are issued. I find the idea of child actors tedious at best.
-- Mr. RIchardson (Chapter 2 paragraph 2)

Importance: This quote shows that while Finn is somewhat famous, he is still held accountable for his behavior.

There’s a fable, a story, a puzzle of sorts that was left in case of a problem like this. It’s called the Stonecutter’s Quill.
-- Wayne (Chapter 1 paragraph 4)

Importance: This is the first mention of the mystery that Finn and the other finishers must solve.

It wasn’t cool for a girl to show she liked a boy any more than the opposite. Boys and girls seemed to spend a lot of time and energy trying to convince one another that they didn’t exist.
-- n/a (Chapter 4 paragraph 10)

Importance: Finn is stepping outside accepted behavior between boys and girls to get Amanda to help him find the other...

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