1. What medical condition did Chance's mother have?
(b) Brain damage.
(c) High blood pressure.
2. In what way does Chance think that plants are like people?
(a) Both have goals and dreams.
(b) Both need care to be happy and healthy.
(c) Both can be compared to television.
(d) Both need very little care to thrive.
3. In what way does Chance think that plants differ from people?
(a) There is no real difference
(b) Plants are more beautiful.
(c) Plants are difficult to grow.
(d) Plants can't reason or dream.
4. When was the last time Chance left the house?
(a) He has never left.
(b) To get the mail.
(c) To go for a walk in the rain.
(d) Two years ago.
5. Who is the main character in the book?
(a) EE Rand.
(b) The Old Man.
(d) The President of the United States.
6. In what way did Chance believe that the garden was its own graveyard?
(a) The garden was so peaceful, like a cemetery.
(b) There were people buried under parts of the garden.
(c) He knew he would be buried in that garden one day.
(d) Under every tree and plant there were decomposing roots.
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