1. Why does Allison Sara-Kate should not be trusted?
Allison tells Hillary that Sara-Kate should not be trusted because she is so strange and because she is almost certain Sara-Kate stole a bicycle.
2. How is Hillary's home different than Sara-Kate's?
Hillary's home is different from Sara-Kate's home by its cleanliness. It is all tidy and organized, which is a far cry from Sara-Kate's home that is cluttered with junk and garbage.
3. What does Hillary's mother say when she hears Hillary was playing with Sara-Kate?
When Hillary's mother hears that Hillary was playing with Sara-Kate she gets worried because she doesn't think it will end well having her daughter making friends with someone as odd and strange as Sara-Kate.
4. What is Hillary most impressed with when she sees the elf village?
When Hillary first sees the elf village, she is most impressed by how small all the structures are. She is sure that something tiny like mice had to have built those things.
This section contains 2,595 words
(approx. 9 pages at 300 words per page)