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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. Jerome seems now to be needing...
(a) More food
(b) More sunshine
(c) A housekeeper
(d) More sleep
2. Emma Lou uses the visit with Hinkle to...
(a) Convince him the Eppys are good
(b) Get support for her circus
(c) Show him around the woods
(d) Let him know about Donald's dogs
3. Emma Lou wants Jerome to think that the Christmas party...
(a) Will be small and cozy
(b) Will be no trouble
(c) Is the only one she will attend
(d) Is just for the animals
4. Jerome knows now that he must do something about...
(a) Emma Lou's frequent visits
(b) The skunks' eating habits
(c) The growing animal population
(d) The feud between the neighbors
5. Emma recognizes that Donald has...
(a) Grown to love the wild animals
(b) Done a lot of work on this problem
(c) Helped Jerome in the past
(d) A lot of money
Short Answer Questions
1. For entertainment, Emma Lou...
2. Donald agrees to think about...
3. For the first time in many years, Jerome...
4. The Eppys want to come to Jerome's because...
5. The Eppys have brought with them to Jerome's house...
Short Essay Questions
1. What is it about the spotted skunks that is special?
2. Discuss the pipe smoking among the Eppy men. Would this seem unusual today?
3. What can the reader deduce about Jerome's cooking skills? Why?
4. When Emma proves that Monarch's mother was killed by a lion, how does she react? How does she feel about her reaction?
5. Why does Jerome decide to give Emma money for Christmas, rather than a gift?
6. What does Emma suspect has become of Monarch? Why?
7. What does Jerome seem to realize after Donald's appearance in this chapter? Why does he invited him for dinner?
8. Poor Jerome is discouraged. How do we know this?
9. Discuss Jerome's scheme. Was he taking a risk? Why, or why not?
10. What new thing does the reader learn about Jerome Kildee in this chapter?
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