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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. What is the most important lesson that Little Tree learns from the stories heard in Chapter 5?
(a) The bad effects of fighting.
(b) That Granpa almost went to Chattanooga.
(c) That "kin" is all about the love and understanding between some people.
(d) That he has many relatives.
2. How does Granpa make his living?
(a) Selling meat at the settlement store.
(b) Selling crops at the settlement store.
(c) Selling fish at the settlement store.
(d) Making and selling whiskey.
3. How does Little Tree create a disturbance in church?
(a) He gives Willow John a nickel and a bullfrog that starts a loud croaking in church.
(b) He comes in late and falls over in the aisle.
(c) He gives Willow John a harmless snake which jumps on a lady who screams out in church.
(d) He gives Willow John a whistle and he tries it out in church.
4. Why is Wilburn, the boy at the orphanage, as much of an outcast as Little Tree is?
(a) He is Mexican.
(b) He is African-American.
(c) He is Jewish.
(d) His clubfoot makes him different from the other children.
5. 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 begins to go out to the distant lands by himself.
(c) He shows that he understands Granma's lessons about herbs.
(d) He is learning to farm and to plow although the work is difficult.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which three people does Little Tree learn about from Granpa's stories in Chapter 5?
2. How does the author reveal Granpa's sense of humor even during this dangerous adventure?
3. At the end of Chapter 2, how does Little Tree feel?
4. What can the reader deduce about the author's intention in describing Cherokee beliefs and values in Chapter 8?
5. How does Little Tree's love and appreciation of nature help him overcome the isolation of the orphanage?
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