School Days = Chemin-d'ecole - Survival, pages 96-115 Summary & Analysis

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Survival, pages 96-115 Summary

The little boy discovers other children playing marbles after school. He watches for a while, and then begins to join in. The children bet their precious marbles, and then play to see who can win them. Big Bellybutton is particularly good at it. However, some children like to steal others' marbles, doing so with a cry of "Bawouf!" first. This causes sudden turmoil as the children all leap to protect their own marbles or to grab someone else's in the confusion. One day, the little boy, Big Bellybutton and some friends set a trap to catch one of the worst Bawoufeurs. They bait him, and then beat him when he reveals himself. He never bothers them again.

The state children's welfare agency decides that the children on the island must be malnourished because they do not get enough milk...

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