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One of the main characters in the novel, Quick Lamb, who attends the local school notices a younger boy called Wogga McBride and his younger brother. He knows that they are poor from the state of there clothes.
Quick watches them for many weeks, especially the strange way they eat. They hide what they're doing so nobody can see what there eating...
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Over this time Quick discovers that they're not actually eating anything. This has a adverse affect on Quick. The truth that they don't have anything to eat as well as the fact that they feel the need to hide this for the fear of what others would think severely depresses Quick.
After discovering the truth of McBride brothers Quick becomes grateful for everything he and his family has...
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