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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. "In I Pile up Wood and Go on with Winter," what time does Sam go back to his tree home after foraging for food?
(a) 2 p.m.
(d) 4 p.m.
2. What did the Baron eat in "We All Learn About Halloween"?
(a) Rabbit soup.
(b) Turtle soup.
3. Where did men camp the third day of camping season?
(a) Gribley homestead.
(d) By the stream.
4. What day did Sam decide to harvest nuts?
(a) October 30.
(b) October 28.
(c) November 12.
(d) November 3.
5. Where does Sam have to hole up once when he gets lost in a blizzard?
(a) Rock ledge.
(c) Another tree.
(d) In a snow cave.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "I Pile up Wood and Go on with Winter," what is one way that Sam gets food when the creek is frozen?
2. What do Sam and Bando eat for dessert in "I Learn About BIrds and People"?
3. How many lost deer was Sam able to retrieve during the hunting season?
4. On what day did Baron Weasel look moldy?
5. On which page of the paper was the article titled "Boy Reported Living Off Land in Catskills"?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Sam's dad greet him when he comes to see Sam?
2. At the end of the first week of hunting season, how close did Sam get to a hunter?
3. In "The Autumn Provides Food and Loneliness," what did Sam gather as he pushed his raft down the stream?
4. What was different about the Baron on October 15?
5. How did Sam invite his neighbor animals to come to a party for Halloween?
6. What does Bando say shows that Sam has been busy since Bando left?
7. How is Sam described by Mrs. Fielder in an article written about a wild boy in the mountains?
8. Where does Sam get wood and store it in "I Pile up Wood and Go on with Winter"?
9. How does Bando serve Sam's dad after the first course of onion soup?
10. How did Sam and Frightful like the crickets in the meadow in "The Autumn Provides Food and Loneliness"?
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