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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 3, "Shadows on a Cabin Wall".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Chapter 3, how does Granpa feel about politicians and authority figures?
(a) Granpa does not like politicians and authority figures.
(b) Granpa believes politicians and authority figures are necessary to keep order.
(c) Granpa is afraid of politicians and authority figures.
(d) Granpa likes to hear about politicians and authority figures.
2. At the beginning of the novel, how is Little Tree taken to his new home?
(a) He goes by car.
(b) He goes by bus.
(c) He rides a bus part of the way and then walks.
(d) He walks.
3. Why does the author provide signs of racism in this first chapter of the book?
(a) To foreshadow more serious instances of racism that will occur later.
(b) Because it's the only time it happens.
(c) Because the Cherokees constantly practice racism.
(d) Because Little Tree's family are freedom fighters.
4. As he goes up the trail, how does Little Tree become aware of "Mon-o-lah", the earth mother?
(a) Little Tree feels the earth mother through his special shoes.
(b) Little Tree hears the earth mother whispering in the wind.
(c) Little Tree sees the earth mother in a cave.
(d) Little Tree sees the earth mother in a stream of water.
5. In what special activity do Little Tree and his grandparents participate on weekend evenings during the winter?
(a) They go to church.
(b) They roast chestnuts in the fireplace.
(c) They make rugs from the deer hide.
(d) Granma reads to Little Tree and Granpa.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which books are Granma's favorites to read?
2. How does Chapter 2 end?
3. Which book is always available at Little Tree's cabin and why?
4. What is the mode of narration used by the author to tell the story?
5. Granma accidentally reads about a law introduced by George Washington and this gets Granpa very angry. What law is this?
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