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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Sam fix for lunch at the summer lodge?
(b) Primrose, artichoke and pokeweed.
(c) Dandelion greens.
(d) Jerusalem artichoke.
2. What is one of Sam's favorite edible plants that Crystal has uprooted under power lines?
(b) Wild onions.
(c) Jerusalem artichokes.
3. What is Bando's last name?
4. At Manorkill Falls, what types of leaves does Sam wrap the trout he caught?
5. What type of pig is Crystal?
(a) Red Wattle.
(b) Spotted Poland China.
(d) American Yorkshire.
6. Where is the man from who signed the note in the Rensselaerville LIbrary?
(c) Saudi Arabia.
7. What state forest do Bando and Sam enter in Part 10?
(a) Big Buck.
(c) California Hill.
8. What does Mrs. Strawberry always wear indoors and out?
(b) Straw hat.
(c) Brown felt hat.
9. What type of roof is on Burrough's summer lodge?
10. What creature eats hard deer antlers?
(b) White-footed deer mice.
11. What is the name of John Burrough's summer lodge?
(a) Beaver Lodge.
(b) Woodchuck Lodge.
(c) Wildflower Lodge.
(d) Primrose Lodge.
12. What type of pie does Bando order in Livingstonville?
13. What type of bush has been cut and has Alice's signature acorn in the break?
(c) Bridal wreath.
14. As Sam and Bando walk to the hog show, where is the brown thrasher imitating different birds?
(a) Birch tree.
(b) Aspen grove.
(c) Spruce tree.
(d) Fence post.
15. In Part 7, how long has it been since Sam has seen Alice?
(a) 4 days.
(b) 7 days.
(c) 5 days.
(d) 8 days.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part 7, how long has it been since Mrs. Strawberry has seen Alice?
2. Who did Alice go with to the Livingstonville fair?
3. What did the librarian in Rensselaerville say men offered his son to located a sharp-skinned haw nest for them?
4. How far can Alice and Sam walk in a day?
5. What animal does Sam see in Part 13 while he waits for Alice?
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