1. Whom does Eleanor introduce at the beginning of her book?
(a) Her grandparents.
(b) Her children.
(c) Her mother.
2. What sort of problem did Elliott Roosevelt have?
(a) He was too generous.
(b) He was a gambler.
(c) He drank too much.
(d) He was a politician.
3. In what sort of institution did Eleanor's father spend time in?
(b) Law school.
(c) A sanitarium.
4. Whom did Eleanor live with after her mother died?
(a) Her older sister.
(b) Her father.
(c) Grandmother Hall.
(d) Foster parents.
5. From what did Ellie die?
(a) Scarlet fever.
6. Where did Eleanor and her siblings spend the winters?
(d) New York City.
7. Where did Eleanor and her siblings spend the summers?
(b) Washington, DC.
(c) The Jersey shore.
8. Which of the following was not a type of lesson Eleanor took?
(a) Dancing lessons.
(b) French lessons.
(c) Sewing lessons.
(d) Sports lessons.
9. Why did Eleanor feel uncomfortable at parties?
(a) Everyone would stare at her and Franklin.
(b) She hated dresses.
(c) She couldn't dance and felt awkward around boys.
(d) She felt she was too short.
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