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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. At the beginning of Chapter 5, how long has it been since Daniel got off the train in Lodz?
(a) Two years.
(b) Ten years
(c) Thirteen years.
(d) Three years.

2. What do Rosa and Erika do for work?
(a) Make soup.
(b) Shine shoes.
(c) Peel potatoes.
(d) Make uniforms.

3. When does Daniel start at his new school?
(a) September 1937.
(b) April 1937.
(c) May 1937.
(d) August 1937.

4. At the beginning of Chapter 1, how old is Daniel?
(a) 9.
(b) 12.
(c) 14.
(d) 10.

5. According to Daniel's teacher, why is Daniel always in trouble?
(a) He's a boy.
(b) He's a natural troublemaker.
(c) He's Jewish.
(d) He's from Poland.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why is Daniel's father exempt from the Germans' shipping Jews off to other locations?

2. What is Daniel doing when Rosa walks into the room for the first time?

3. Who becomes ill the summer of 1943?

4. What do Daniel's family do to keep lice from spreading?

5. After Daniel's first day at his new school, what is his mother is upset about?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is the emotional impact of other countries refusal to accept Jews on Daniel's family?

2. What purpose does the character of Mr. Schneider serve to the overall plot?

3. Why does Erika's speech to Daniel and Rosa about choosing love instead of hate say about the theme of the novel?

4. What is significant about Rosa and Daniel teaching the father a lesson about stealing bread from his children?

5. How does Uncle Peter's death affect Daniel?

6. Why did Daniel feel he had to go see "The Eternal Jew"?

7. Why does Auntie Leah decide not to leave her two girls?

8. What does Daniel mean when he says, "Yes, I can see from going through these pictures how it all started slowly and then got worse and worse and how the German people didn't try to stop it and how slowly all our rights were taken away until we were nothing but bodies being shipped out."

9. How does tradition and the fact that Daniel's family has been in Germany for over a thousand years affect his parents' decisions about emigrating?

10. Why is the scene with Daniel and his friends skirmish with the Hitler Youth boys important to the story?

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