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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Luke begins watching the house where he saw the child's face constantly, on which day of his vigil does he see the blinds flip up and down quickly in an upstairs window?
(a) Second day.
(b) Fourth day.
(c) Third day.
(d) Fifth day.
2. How does Luke feel about his parents after discovering Jen?
3. Who does Luke recall showing up, surprisingly, at his family's home years ago, begging for food?
(a) A pregnant woman.
(b) A tramp.
(c) A little boy.
(d) A little girl.
4. How do the people moving next to Luke's family's home dress?
5. Why do Luke's brothers make fun of the bread he made?
(a) It's burnt.
(b) It's doughy.
(c) It's lopsided and lumpy.
(d) It's a funny color.
Short Answer Questions
1. What time does Luke's Mom get home from work?
2. Who had bet Jen that she didn't know what the weather was like outside?
3. Why does Jen say that she looked out the window the day Luke saw her?
4. What does Luke's Dad slip quietly to Luke every day around noon?
5. What is Luke's favorite part of his day?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Luke's mom do when they hear tires on the gravel driveway in Chapter 1?
2. What happens when Luke comes upon the girl in the Sport's Family's house?
3. What does Luke begin to plan in Chapter 12?
4. Why does Luke have to hide away from other people?
5. How does the author grab the reader's attention right away at the beginning of the book?
6. Why is Luke afraid he will never be allowed outside again?
7. Why does it shock Luke to see the young girl from the Sport's Family house using a telephone?
8. What does Luke realize about being an illegal third child?
9. Does Luke know what will happen to him if he is seen looking out a window in his house?
10. What does Luke recall from when he turned 6 that is important to his realizing that he is different from his brothers?
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