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"Other than a sign I saw once that said, 'Beware' in letters made of dead monkeys, the 'Lucky Smells Lumbermill' sign was the most disgusting sign on earth." Chapter 1, p. 12.

"But Mr. Poe didn't say anything about working in the lumbermill," Violet said. "I thought we were going to live here." Chapter 2, p. 18.

"No one has knocked on this door," he said finally, "for fourteen years." Chapter 2, p. 21.

"I heard we'd have some new workers," the foreman said, dropping the pots to the floor with a clatter, "but nobody told me they'd be midgets." Chapter 3, p. 31.

"You'd better eat your gum," Phil said, moving over to sit next to the children. "It's not very filling, but it's the only thing they'll let you eat until dinnertime." Chapter 3, p. 41.

"It will teach them responsibility. It will teach them the value of work. And it will teach them how to...

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