1. In the beginning of Chapter 1, what is learned about Gilly Hopkins' time in the foster system?
In the beginning of Chapter 1, readers learn that Gilly Hopkins has been in three foster homes before being placed in the story's new one.
2. What does Gilly's social worker, Miss Ellis, try to explain to Gilly before they arrive at her new foster home?
Miss Ellis tries to explain to Gilly that if she hopes to have any success in her new foster home she will have to be cooperative.
3. What is Gilly thinking about her reputation as a foster child as she and Miss Ellis drive to Gilly's new foster home?
While Gilly and her social worker drive to Gilly's new foster home, Gilly is taking great pride in the fact that she is known throughout the county as a child who is hard to handle.
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