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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 14, "A Night on the Mountain".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which books are Granma's favorites to read?
(a) Shakespeare's plays.
(b) Bible stories.
(c) Books with poems and songs about children.
(d) Books about the Cherokees.
2. In regard to the family that Granpa sees facing hardships on the farm, what do Granpa and the soldiers have in common?
(a) They are concerned about the children.
(b) They believe they have no right to be there.
(c) They are prejudiced against the black man at the farm.
(d) They are motivated to provide help.
3. How does Granpa's disposal of the whiskey demonstrate that he is observing the lessons he teaches Little Tree about nature's ways?
(a) He gives away most of the whiskey he makes.
(b) He sells the whiskey for just a little more than what they need to get by.
(c) He only makes a small amount of whiskey.
(d) He keeps the whiskey in case of snake bites.
4. In Chapter 2, what is the most important lesson that Little Tree learns about nature?
(a) That there is a sense of balance in nature.
(b) That only the strong will survive.
(c) That the hawks help humans by killing dangerous animals.
(d) That small creatures need to be protected by larger ones.
5. Which of the following best describes the theme of the opening chapter?
(a) Growing up.
(b) Loss and and a new beginning.
(d) Family relationships.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Granpa dispose of the whiskey he makes?
2. According to his grandparents, why is it important for Little Tree to learn about his past?
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?
4. In Little Tree's new home, what is the "dogtrot"?
5. What reason does Granpa suggest as the only logical explanation for this law of George Washington's that makes him so angry?
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