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  • Go home kid, you are bothersome.
  • Can you stop? It's not right.
  • You will pay.
  • This is the best day yet. 
  • We got 10 so far. It seems like there are 4 left.
  • Event: When the girl first witnessed the Gregg family kill a deer during their hunt. Importance: This anger the girl which lead her to use the magic finger on the Gregg family. Outcome: The girl ended up using the magic finger on the Gregg Family.
  • This is witches' work.
  • This is awesome
  • Where is my hands?
  • Event: The girl trying to convince the Gregg family to stop hunting because she believed its the wrong thing to do. Importance: The Gregg family refused to listen and told the girl to leave since she was bothering them. Outcome: The girl used the magic finger on them.
  • Don't kill us please.
  • We won't kill animals again.
  • Event: The Gregg family are out for another hunting session. This time, it was for ducks. Importance: They continuously kill as many ducks as they see with no mercy. Outcome: The magic finger that was applied on them earlier will punish them for their actions.
  • We have food for you guys.
  • Come, come Let's play in the field
  • Event: The next morning, the Gregg family wake up with wings as their arms. Importance: This is their punishment for killing the ducks. Outcome: The boys were happy that they can fly. However, the parents think this is the work of a witch and they are scared. 
  • Event: As the Gregg family were hovering over the field and their house. They spotted ducks with guns aiming at them. Importance: This was basically a role reverse to show the Gregg family the ducks' point of view. Outcome: The Gregg family promised to stop hunting and hurting animals.
  • Event: The Gregg family keep their word and be friendly with a lot of animals. Importance:  The Gregg family was able to realize their mistake and understand how animals felt. Living things also have feelings, not just human. Outcome: We learned that from this book that we often make mistake but if we realize and fix it, then the mistake we did might be forgiven.
  • Come eat.
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