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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. In Chapter 3, how many men does Noah think that Dusty had working on the Coral Queen?
2. What is Noah's dad wearing when Noah visits him in jail in Chapter 1?
(a) A blue uniform.
(b) An orange uniform.
(c) His own clothes.
3. What does Noah have for breakfast in Chapter 6?
(b) Scrambled eggs.
(c) Cereal and milk.
4. Who calls late in Chapter 7 after Donna watches Paine's television interview?
(a) A neighbor.
(c) Grandma Janet.
(d) A friend.
5. In Chapter 5, what is the name of the singer who sings Donna's favorite song?
(b) Dolly Parton.
(c) Lindsey Sterling.
(d) Sheryl Crow.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 6, how often does Dusty play golf with the "Island Examiner's" publisher?
2. What tribe of Indians run the casino operations for Dusty Muleman?
3. In Chapter 2, where does Noah say that Dusty would work in off seasons before he got the Coral Queen?
4. In Chapter 4, what is the name of the reporter who interviews Noah?
5. In Chapter 2, how long does Noah say that Lice Peeking worked as a mate on Dusty Muleman's casino boat?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 3, what does Noah say about the weather in the summer?
2. How does Noah plan to get in to see his dad at the jail in Chapter 5?
3. In Chapter 3, why does Shelly say that the world is so messed up?
4. In Chapter 6, how are things different at the jail when Noah goes to visit his dad?
5. Where was Noah born?
6. What happens when Jasper and Bull find Noah fishing in Chapter 4?
7. Where do Noah and Abbey go at midnight in Chapter 5?
8. In Chapter 4, what does Noah remember about a homeless person who was under the drawbridge at Snake Creek?
9. Where do Paine's siblings live and why do they have nicer living quarters?
10. In Chapter 5, what does Noah tell Lice Peeking he has to do in order to get the boat?
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