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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What explanation is the Johnson's story lacking?
(a) Janie's flashbacks.
(b) The face on the milk carton.
(c) The lack of baby pictures.
(d) Janie's real mother.
2. According to Janie, it is _______________ for parents to yell at their children.
3. What does Janie promise her parents?
(a) That she does not run away.
(b) That she does forgive them.
(c) That she does not call the police.
(d) That she does not search for Hannah.
4. In chapter 14, which word best describes how Reeve is feelings in regard to his relationship with Janie?
5. Which word best describes how the Johnsons are feeling, after telling Janie the truth?
Short Answer Questions
1. How old is Reeve at the beginning of the novel?
2. During chapter 14, Janie remembers this action, which seriously disturbs and upsets her. What does she remember?
3. How does Janie believe she is related to the boy(s)?
4. Where does Janie want to go with Reeve in chapter 14?
5. What is the best word to describe the novel's ending?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Janie begin shredding the milk carton in chapter 16?
2. Explain the contrast present between Janie's relationship with Reeve and Janie's relationship with her family.
3. What suggests that Janie wants to, and plans on, spending the night with Reeve in the future?
4. How does Reeve perceive Janie's thoughts about the milk carton?
5. Janie sees three boys outside of the Spring home. What are her thoughts on them, and what other memories do they spark in Janie's mind?
6. Why do the Johnson's take Janie out for pizza? What are they attempting to do?
7. Explain how and why Janie travels to New Jersey.
8. Describe the argument between Janie and Reeve in chapter 16.
9. What does Janie use her notebook for?
10. Explain what is lacking from the Johnson's explanation of the past.
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