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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. Who says that Teatime is creepy with his funny eyes?
2. Who is happy to find a dead sheep?
(a) A dancer and a wizard.
(b) The librarian and the Tooth Fairy.
(c) The Raven and Death of Rats.
(d) Ridcully and Stibbons.
3. How does the way the librarian wait for the Hogfather differ from Ridcully and Stibbons?
(a) While Ridcully and Stibbons sit in the dark and wait, the librarian curls up on a bookshelf.
(b) While the librarian checks his watch anxiously, Ponder and Stibbons go on a night drive.
(c) While the librarian climbs walls, Ponder and Stibbons take a nap.
(d) While Ponder and Stibbons make dinner, the librarian paces nervously.
4. What does the staff find instead of food in the fancy restaurant?
(a) Several old shoes and mud.
5. Who pulls out an hourglass and turns the sleigh around?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who are the children not afraid of?
2. What does the man who knocked on the door of Violet's house tell Susan?
3. What do Stibbons and Ridcully ask the character that they can see because they are wizards?
4. Who tries to grab Bilious but is sucked in by a wardrobe?
5. Who is surprisingly very compassionate?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Susan discover in the house of the girl who collects teeth?
2. What is unusual about the librarian?
3. Who are Stibbons and Ridcully able to see because they are wizards? What do they ask him?
4. Where does Teatime fall? What does he do?
5. What concerns Albert about Death's behavior?
6. What is special about the drawing in the life book that Susan sees in Death's house?
7. Whom does Susan talk to at Bier's? What does he tell her?
8. Describe the land that Violet had seen that Susan enters.
9. Why is Chickenwire screaming?
10. What is the strange memory that Bilious has about his manifestation into physical form?
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