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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whose father teaches violin lessons?
2. Who says, "I've envied you always. Come home, Dolly. Leave decisions to me: that, you see, has been my life"?
(a) The Sheriff.
(b) The Judge.
3. What does Judge do while the boys are away in the town?
(a) Proposes to Dolly.
(b) Proposes to Catherine.
(c) Cooks the catfish.
(d) Makes a fire.
4. What is the town barber's name?
(a) Andy Wilson.
(b) Jefferey Walters.
(c) Ronald Barber.
(d) Amos Legrand.
5. What is the name of Riley's younger sister?
6. What does the baker's wife give to Collin for Dolly in Chapter 5?
(a) Gingerbread men.
(c) Cinnamon rolls.
7. On what date does Chapter 5 begin?
(a) November 2.
(b) October 1.
(c) November 1.
(d) October 20.
8. What does the narrator say it seems like the tree house is doing at the end of Chapter 6?
9. How does the narrator catch the fish?
(a) With a knife.
(b) With a fishing pole.
(c) With a reed.
10. What color hair does Maude have?
11. What does Little Homer offer to give Dolly when they leave?
(a) His whistle.
(b) His rope.
(c) His sparkle belt.
(d) His hat.
12. What does Little Homer wear?
(a) A sombrero.
(b) A bib.
(c) A cowboy hat.
13. What kind of fish do the narrator and Riley catch?
14. Who accompanies the Sheriff into the woods in Chapter 4?
(a) Wil Harris.
(b) Jack Eason.
(c) Harold Johnson.
(d) Willie Rogers.
15. Who is approaching the tree house at the beginning of Chapter 6?
(a) The Judge.
(b) The Bailiff.
(d) The Sheriff.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the bakery from which Riley brings rolls to the tree house?
2. Who is one of the characters who drags Catherine away?
3. At what time does the narrator say the rain slackens in Chapter 6?
4. Who uses the house boat as a hideout?
5. Who does the narrator find in the tree house when he returns after Catherine is taken away?
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