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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. What does Janey find notable about a scene that she sees?
(a) It is pretty as a painting.
(b) It looks like the scene on the willow plate.
(c) She thinks she has been here before.
(d) She wants to take a picture of it.
2. Giving Janey a nickel to spend gives Janey a lesson in _____________________.
(d) spending money.
3. Janey is aware that no one has approached them to either move out of the shack or ___________________.
(a) paint it.
(b) put on a new roof.
(c) to pay rent.
(d) landscape it.
4. Who appears at the Larkins' shack at the beginning of Chapter 4?
(a) Charlie Bowdoin.
(b) Sammie Johnson.
(c) Skip Masterson.
(d) Bounce Reyburn.
5. What does Janey's father require from Bounce?
(a) His word.
(b) Ten dollars.
(c) A contract.
(d) A receipt.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mom give Janey to take with her?
2. What does Lupe ask Janey when they meet?
3. How old is Janey at the beginning of the book?
4. What kind of shoes does Janey wear to the destination in #34?
5. What color dress does Lupe wear to the fair?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the differences between a regular school and a camp school?
2. How does Janey finally decide to spend her own nickel?
3. Why does Janey decide not to make any effort to see if there are any kids living in the Mexican family nearby?
4. Why is Janey jealous of Lupe?
5. How does the author use foreshadowing regarding the willow plate in Chapter 4?
6. Where do the Larkins go on an outing when Dad is off work?
7. What is Bounce's secretive behavior about the rent and why does Janey not like him?
8. What is Bounce's role on the ranch and what authority does he say he has regarding rent?
9. What is unspoken between Janey and Lupe regarding the ride ticket that Lupe gives Janey?
10. What is the image on the blue willow plate?
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