The Story Thieves Symbols & Objects

Riley, James
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The Everlasting Gobstopper

This symbolizes Bethany's limits with regard to changing a story and her effort to bribe Owen into leaving her alone. She offers him the candy in the hope that he will take the bribe and forget he saw her climbing out of the Willy Wonka book.

The Location Spell

This symbolizes a chance for Bethany to find her father, but it also symbolizes the fact that both Owen and Bethany are struggling with their emotions. Owen suggests the spell, believing it to be the only way Bethany will take him into the Kiel Gnomenfoot book, and he feels guilty for lying to her. Bethany feels that she may have judged Owen too harshly and that he might actually be trying to help her.

The Kiel Gnomenfoot Books

This series of novels symbolize the alternate reality that readers find with their favorite characters, sometimes especially...

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