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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. Where are the children walking?
(a) By the water's edge.
(b) In a cleared meadow.
(c) Into the woods.
(d) Up a hill.
2. Who is Lorengorm?
(a) The yellow-haired elf.
(b) The green-skinned male.
(c) The green-haired elf.
(d) The red-haired elf.
3. What does Lorengorm say?
(a) That Arthur is in the Fantastical World and is happy.
(b) That the children may never seek the Fantastical World again.
(c) That the elves would like to make a bargain with the children.
(d) That Arthur is in the Fantastical World and wants to come home.
4. What do the elves admit about the Field Guide?
(a) It was not theirs originally.
(b) They do not know everything that is in the book.
(c) Merlin, a human, wrote it.
(d) Cassandra, a human, wrote it.
5. What does Jared ask about the goblins?
(a) Why the elves tolerate goblins.
(b) Why the elves sent goblins after humans.
(c) If there are goblins in the Fantastical World.
(d) The subject of goblins does not arise.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Jared doing on the way home?
2. How does Mallory threaten Simon?
3. What does Mallory think about following the map?
4. What does Simon suddenly do?
5. What keeps Simon and Mallory from fighting?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mallory feel about the conversation with the rabbit-monkey creature and what does Simon ask it? What is the creature's response to Simon's question?
2. What do they ask the rabbit-monkey creature they see and what does he answer? What does Jared decide about him? What does he say when they ask about Arthur?
3. What confuses Jared about the walk and what does he remember from the Field Guide?
4. What is Jared's response to the elves ravings and how does Lorengorm answer Jared?
5. How does Mallory feel about the guide being gone and what does Jared say to her about it?
6. What does the unicorn show the children and how do they react to the vision?
7. What do the children do when they return from the barn?
8. What does the children's mother think about them taking a walk and what does each child take on the walk?
9. What do the three beings who come through the trees look like?
10. How do the children find out where the guide is and what do they do about it?
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