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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. What makes Little Tree go to bed feeling happier in spite of his loss in Chapter 1?
(a) He holds a gift from his mother as he goes to sleep.
(b) Granma sings him a song that makes him understand his new name.
(c) A good supper.
(d) Granma and Granpa promise to take care of him.
2. In the early chapters of the book, what kind of education is Little Tree receiving from his grandparents?
(a) An education about responsibility.
(b) A varied and practical education.
(c) An education about becoming a hunter.
(d) An education that is limited to the Cherokee way of life.
3. At the beginning of the novel, how is Little Tree taken to his new home?
(a) He walks.
(b) He goes by bus.
(c) He goes by car.
(d) He rides a bus part of the way and then walks.
4. In Chapter 2, how does Little Tree demonstrate that he has learned Granpa's lesson about nature's ways?
(a) By protecting Ti-bi from the hawk.
(b) By rescuing the quail.
(c) By selecting the three smallest turkeys from the turkey trap to take home.
(d) By releasing the turkeys from the trap.
5. Granma accidentally reads about a law introduced by George Washington and this gets Granpa very angry. What law is this?
(a) A tax on Cherokee lands.
(b) A law to force Cherokees to live in modern houses.
(c) A tax on whiskey.
(d) A law to send all Cherokee children to orphanages for proper education.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the end of Chapter 2, how does Little Tree feel?
2. How does the driver of the vehicle who takes Little Tree to his new home treat Granma and Granpa?
3. As he goes up the trail, how does Little Tree become aware of "Mon-o-lah", the earth mother?
4. Which book is always available at Little Tree's cabin and why?
5. According to Granpa's joke, why is Ti-bi robbed by the bear, the coon and the Cherokee?
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