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Bless the Beast and the Children what was the point of this book To show boys can go from immature bed wetters to cowboys There were three main events that took place in Bless the Beast and children The first one was at the beginning when they decided to leave Box Canyon Boys Camp Another was when they decided to steal a car The last one is when they freed the BuffaloCotton Teft Shecker Goodenow Lally 1 and Lally 2 wanted to leave the camp because they felt they did not belong there due to all the torment they were receiving from the other campers One day they decided to hike on horses and find a ride when they were in the city by stealing either a car or hitchhiking The first attempt did not work Afterwards they att4empted to steal their counselors car but they feared it would make too much noise The second main event is when they stole a car At first they attempted to steal a car They started off on horses but they felt it was too obvious and draw too much attention so they left the horses in the woods and attempted to steal a car They first tried to confiscate a car at a motel but a man drove up and started to unload his luggage The second attempt to steal a car was at a used car dealership but that attempt failed because a police car was patrolling the parking lot Afterwards they sighted a truck at a local bar and stole that one The last event was when they freed the Buffalo They were watching an event that killed animals for no reason Cotton and the rest of the boys felt them that the killing was very humane and they did not deserve to be killed One night after all the hunters were asleep they decided to unlock the stables and free them The first
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