The Mysterious Benedict Society Themes & Motifs

Trenton Lee Stewart
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The Importance of Teamwork

The importance of working together as a team is a major theme in this novel. Mr. Benedict told the children before they left on their mission that in order to be successful, they would have to work together. They remembered this advice even when their personalities clashed and they considered trying to work alone. In the end, it was only with each of their own unique abilities that they were able to help Mr. Benedict successfully thwart Mr. Curtain’s plan.

Even in the first pages of the book, teamwork is mentioned when Reynie and Sticky first met. They discussed their performance on the tests. Reynie had figured out the test was a puzzle with the answers to the first half of the questions given in the last half of the questions. Sticky didn’t notice the answers hidden in the test questions...

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