Snow Treasure Quotes

Marie McSwigan
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There was a feeling of restlessness that no one could explain away.
-- Narrator (chapter 1)

Importance: This sets the tone for the impending war. Everyone was waiting to see if the war would reach as far as Norway.

Do you know where the British and the French have laid their mines?
-- Peter (chapter 7)

Importance: Uncle Victor tells Peter of the danger surrounding the boats. Victor's job will be to find out where the mines are before they sail to America.

I still think that we ought to make a pact that we won't tell one word about what we're doing, about taking gold to the Snake.
-- Peter (chapter 8)

Importance: All of the children swear on Peter's ancestral sword that they will not talk, even under threat of torture.

It is not right that we spoil your sledding. When I was a boy, I liked nothing better than sledding.
-- German soldier (chapter 10)

Importance: This is the solder that has his troops step aside so that...

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