The True Blue Scouts of Sugar Man Swamp Quotes

Kathi Appelt
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We are fellow countrymen. We come from the same soil.
-- Narrator (Chapter 5 paragraph 17)

Importance: This quote shows the importance of one of the central themes of the novel, unity. Grandpa Audie uses the phrase "Nosotros somos paisanos" to signify that every living creature in the swamp is connected to each other in some form. This is greatly proved by the fact that the raccoons had a great deal of help from the Brayburns who made the pies that would help wake up the Sugar Man. The Sugar Man is awakened and throws the Farrow Gang so that Sonny Boy Beaucoop is scared into leaving the swamp to the Brayburns The raccoons inadvertently lead Chap Brayburn back to Grandpa Audie's old car and to the pictures he lost long ago.

Sonny Boy Beaucoop didn't give a flip about ivory-billed woodpeckers or Audie Brayburn and his crazy stories.
-- Narrator (Chapter 13 paragraph 22)

Importance: This quote shows that Sonny boy does not...

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