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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. 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 releasing the turkeys from the trap.
(c) By selecting the three smallest turkeys from the turkey trap to take home.
(d) By rescuing the quail.
2. How does the driver of the vehicle who takes Little Tree to his new home treat Granma and Granpa?
(a) He roughly asks for their tickets and makes fun of them when Granma counts up the money to pay.
(b) He is friendly.
(c) He welcomes them.
(d) He argues with them.
3. What does the reader learn about Granpa from his reaction to the lady in the black car who is rude to him?
(a) He is afraid of people who insult others.
(b) He has a very bad temper.
(c) He does not understand insults.
(d) He is able to maintain his dignity even when treated badly.
4. How does Chapter 2 end?
(a) With a poem about love of nature.
(b) With a poem about the sunrise on the mountain.
(c) With a poem about the animals.
(d) With a poem about Mon-o-lah and The Way.
5. From the incident with the black car, what is revealed about Granpa's attitude towards words?
(a) Granpa finds words helpful in understanding other people.
(b) Granpa is eager to learn new words.
(c) Granpa wants Little Tree to learn many new words.
(d) Granpa thinks there are too many words and he prefers the sound of speech rather than the words used.
Short Answer Questions
1. What helps to determine whether Granpa and Granma light the coal oil lamp in the evenings during winter?
2. According to Granpa's joke, why is Ti-bi robbed by the bear, the coon and the Cherokee?
3. What makes Little Tree go to bed feeling happier in spite of his loss in Chapter 1?
4. Why is there some truth in Granpa's belief that the way people sound when they talk can be more important than the words they use?
5. In Chapter 4, why does Little Tree feel grown-up?
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