The Mysterious Benedict Society - Squares and Arrows Summary & Analysis

Trenton Lee Stewart
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In the chapter "Squares and Arrows," a man named Milligan, whose expression was profoundly sad, met the children as Kate was knocking on the door of the room they thought was 7-B. He told Sticky he was to take the test first. Sticky lingered for a moment before going into the room and closing the door. A few minutes later, it was Reynie’s turn. Inside the room a sign instructed him to cross the room without setting foot on a blue or black square. Reynie saw yellow, blue, and black rectangles. He walked across the floor normally. Kate crossed the floor the first time by using her rope to make a tight rope that she walked across, the second time rolling on her bucket and the third walking on her hands. After all the children were told they had passed, they...

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