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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 5, "I Kin Ye, Bonnie Bee".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following best describes the theme of the opening chapter?
(b) Family relationships.
(c) Growing up.
(d) Loss and and a new beginning.
2. What does the reader learn about Granpa from his reaction to the lady in the black car who is rude to him?
(a) He does not understand insults.
(b) He is able to maintain his dignity even when treated badly.
(c) He is afraid of people who insult others.
(d) He has a very bad temper.
3. In the narration, Little Tree says he discovers later on that Granma only read some parts of the stories about George Washington. What reason does Little Tree suggest for this?
(a) She thinks Granpa will get angry.
(b) She doesn't want Little Tree exposed to violent stories.
(c) She doesn't want to upset Little Tree.
(d) She wants Granpa to have someone to admire.
4. By allowing him to watch the chase, how does Granpa reinforce his earlier lessons to Little Tree about the ways of nature and animals?
(a) By never killing the fox, which he does not need.
(b) By telling Little Tree it is wrong to kill.
(c) By not allowing the hounds to kill the fox.
(d) By not allowing the fox to kill the hounds.
5. According to Little Tree, why do the white mountain men in the area respect Granpa?
(a) For his love of nature.
(b) Because he is knowledgeable about the mountains.
(c) For the lessons he teaches Little Tree.
(d) For his skills at trailing animals and his sense of instinct.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who guides the family when it comes to books, decisions and words?
2. What is Granpa's reason for taking Little Tree on this walk up the trail?
3. What does Little Tree learn about Granpa when he hears him say "I kin ye Bonnie Bee"?
4. What would be the most appropriate alternate title for Chapter 5?
5. Why does Granpa enjoy hunting even though he has never killed a fox in his life?
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