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"What a charming word that is," said Mr. Poe. "Cakesniffers. I don't know what it means, but it reminds me of pastry." Chapter One, p. 10.

"It is traditional," he said sternly, "to applaud when a genius has been introduced." Chapter One, p. 19.

"As the children walked across the shack to sit glumly on one of the bales of hay, they were disappointed to learn that the crabs were territorial, a word which here means, 'unhappy to see small children in their living quarters.'" Chapter Two, p. 33.

"I would rather eat a bowl of vampire bats than spend an hour with Carmelita Spats." Chapter Three, p. 46.

"And I imagine it is difficult to find words that rhyme with 'Olaf,'" Violet said. "It is difficult," Isadora admitted. All I can think of so far is 'pilaf' which is a kind of a rice dish." Chapter Four, p. 64.

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