Pg. 6 "whose turn it was to choose the Sunday night seven-thirty television show."
Chapter Four: Cut a trip Spending
Pg. 20 “If they were spotted, the plan was to go to school and fake out their schedules as best they could, having neither books in their bags nor musical instruments in their cases. "
Chapter Five: Start Working to Resolve the Mystery
Pg. 31 " I think you are brilliant Claude. New York is a great place to hide out. No one notices no one. "
Chapter Six: Looking For Clues
Let's find out!
Pg. 46 "Knowing that they could not afford more than two meals a day, they stopped at a grocery and bought small packages of peanut butter crackers for the night."
Pg 68-69 "We’ve got to work on the mystery of the statue all morning tomorrow, because tomorrow the museum doesn’t open until one o’clock. Today we must learn about the Renaissance and Michelangelo to prepare ourselves."
Pg-89 "They walked over to angel and looked very closely . It was difficult to look for clues . Even after their research they were accustomed to having all the clues neatly lade out on a diagram place in front of the exhibit."