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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. Why does Aunt Patty not want Willa Jo and Little Sister to play with the family across the street?
(a) They are dirty.
(b) They are poor.
(c) They are Black.
(d) They are vulgar.
2. Aunt Patty is very happy when the girls join in singing ______________________ at Bible School.
(a) This Little Light of Mine.
(b) The B-I-B-L-E, That's the Book for Me.
(c) He's Got the Whole World in His Hands.
(d) What a Friend I Have in Jesus.
3. Which Bible School student comes over to eat with Willa Jo and Little Sister?
4. What issue concerns Patty about Noreen?
(a) Her health.
(b) Her job.
(c) Her house.
(d) Her religion.
5. Which of the following does NOT describe Miss Pettibone?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Cynthia hide in her dress when she visits the girls?
2. What is the woman in #3 doing when Willa Jo sees her?
3. What does Aunt Patty buy for the girls in the store in #26?
4. How does Aunt Patty feel when Little Sister uses sign language in front of other people?
5. Who is Aunt Penny's husband?
Short Essay Questions
1. How has Aunt Patty probably misjudged Liz Fingers?
2. Who does Aunt Patty threaten to call if the girls won't come down from the roof and how does Willa Jo stonewall her?
3. What recurring dream does Willa Jo have and what does she do upon waking?
4. How does Miss Pettibone show that she has a sarcastic nature?
5. Who is Elizabeth Fingers and how do the girls meet her?
6. Why is Willa Jo envious of the relationship Liz has with her mother?
7. How does Aunt Patty begin to change her mind about the Fingers kids?
8. What insight does Uncle Hob offer as to why Noreen is coming to get the girls?
9. What lessons has Aunt Patty learned by having the girls with her for awhile?
10. What type of painting did Noreen create which she hoped would help the girls understand Baby's death?
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