The Mysterious Benedict Society Symbols & Objects

Trenton Lee Stewart
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Kate’s Bucket

Kate’s bucket was a good, solid metal bucket filled with all sorts of things she might need. This bucket was painted fire engine red. The bucket was a symbol of Kate and her need to always be prepared to get herself out of any situation in which she found herself. The bucket contained things like a Swiss Army knife, a flashlight, a penlight, a bottle of glue, a bag of marbles, a slingshot, a spool of clear fishing twine, one pencil and one eraser, a kaleidoscope, and a horseshoe magnet.

Kate’s Kaleidoscope

Kate’s kaleidoscope was a spyglass in disguise. It was a symbol of its owner as the toy was described by several people as being not only useless, but also a bad toy. People probably thought the same thing of Kate when they first met her. They didn’t realize...

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