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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 17, "Mr. Wine".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following best describes the main theme of Chapter 2?
(a) Granpa shares his knowledge about hunting.
(b) A young boy learns to appreciate nature.
(c) How animals survive in the wild.
(d) A young boy learns to survive in the mountains.
2. How is the reader made aware that Pa eventually gets very close to the Indians?
(a) He moves them closer to where he lives.
(b) He eventually marries one of the young daughters.
(c) He advises them on how to remain safe from the soldiers.
(d) He moves into their camp.
3. As he goes up the trail, how does Little Tree become aware of "Mon-o-lah", the earth mother?
(a) Little Tree sees the earth mother in a cave.
(b) Little Tree hears the earth mother whispering in the wind.
(c) Little Tree sees the earth mother in a stream of water.
(d) Little Tree feels the earth mother through his special shoes.
4. In Chapter 7, why does Granpa say that Little Tree looks like he is becoming a man?
(a) He is learning to cook with Granma's herbs.
(b) He is learning to farm and to plow although the work is difficult.
(c) He shows that he understands Granma's lessons about herbs.
(d) He begins to go out to the distant lands by himself.
5. What dangerous adventure gives Chapter 12 its title?
(a) Little Tree is bitten by a rattlesnake.
(b) Granpa is bitten by a bear.
(c) Little Tree is bitten by a bear.
(d) Granpa is bitten by a rattlesnake from which he rescues Little Tree.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Little Tree especially proud of in Chapter 9?
2. Which book is always available at Little Tree's cabin and why?
3. Why doesn't Granma scold Little Tree for getting wet in the woods?
4. In regard to the family that Granpa sees facing hardships on the farm, what do Granpa and the soldiers have in common?
5. How does Granpa dispose of the whiskey he makes?
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