1. Who is the first victim of Frank's cons?
(a) His teacher.
(b) His mother.
(c) His father.
(d) His friends.
2. Why is Frank so determined to raise money?
(a) He wants to buy a car.
(b) He wants to save for college.
(c) He wants to go on dates with girls.
(d) He wants to travel.
3. What event in his personal life serves as the trigger for Frank to become a juvenile delinquent?
(a) His parents' divorce.
(b) Moving in with his father.
(c) Getting his first credit card.
(d) His first arrest.
4. How is Frank affected by his parents' divorce?
(a) His mother refuses to let Frank live with her.
(b) His teachers feel sorry for him because of the divorce.
(c) His siblings blame Frank for the divorce.
(d) His father tries to use Frank to woo his mother back.
5. How does Frank feel about being sent to reform school?
(a) He uses it as a chance to learn more about being a con artist.
(b) He feels it is unfair because his father forgives him.
(c) He feels angry and tries to escape.
(d) He likes the reform school better than living at home.
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