Short Answer Key
1. What characteristic makes Jerome Kildee want to live in the middle of the forest?
He is a silent man
2. What is unique about Jerome's front wndow?
It is the size of a storefront window
3. What is the lifestyle change that Jerome makes when he moves to his hundred acres in the woods?
He no longer works
4. By chewing up his letters, what do the mice accomplish for Jerome?
He no longer needs to think about the past
5. Who is Mr. Grouch?
The male raccoon who lives in the redwood tree
6. What does Jerome consider his last masterpiece as a stone cutter?
The large fireplace in his house
7. Why does Jerome check his fireplace before lighting a fire?
The family of spotted skunks may be hiding there
8. To what strange place does Mrs. Grouch move her children?
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