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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 20, "Home Again".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the end of Chapter 1, what kind of house is Little Tree taken to by his grandparents?
(a) A cottage.
(b) A tepee.
(c) A cabin.
(d) A bungalow.
2. Whose scent does Granpa expect the hounds to pick up to start the hunt in Chapter 4?
(a) Ol' Trickster, the fox.
(b) Ol' Slipper, the fox.
(c) Ol' Runner, the fox.
(d) Ol' Slick, the fox.
3. What would be the most appropriate alternate title for Chapter 5?
(a) Differences in Culture.
(b) Little Tree Learns of Chattanooga.
(c) The Big Black Car.
(d) A Visit to the Settlement.
4. Why is it important for the author to reveal that Granpa and Granma have friends who visit them?
(a) To make it clear that Little Tree's grandparents are not bringing him up in a way that isolates him from other people.
(b) To make it clear that Little Tree is kept away from adults who are not Cherokee.
(c) To make it clear that Little Tree is being protected.
(d) To make it clear that everyone is not racially prejudiced.
5. How does Little Tree's love and appreciation of nature help him overcome the isolation of the orphanage?
(a) He gets companionship from the dogs.
(b) From his window, he watches the moon and the sun.
(c) He gets companionship from the wind, the trees and the Dog Star.
(d) He makes friends with frogs and crickets.
Short Answer Questions
1. What reasons are given in Chapter 4 for Granpa to keep the hounds?
2. What is the first thing that Little Tree does on the trail when he is going home from the orphanage?
3. According to Mr. Jenkins, who are the two men from Chattanooga and why are they looking for Granpa?
4. Who plays the most significant role in getting Little Tree back from the orphanage, thereby demonstrating the deep bond between them?
5. How do the events in Chapter 12 demonstrate the importance of Granma's knowledge of plants and herbs?
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