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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. What does Kaitlin do when she finds out Bram’s identity?
(a) She makes a phone call
(b) She laughs nervously
(c) She yells at him
(d) She leaves
2. What happens to Kaitlin in Chapter 11?
(a) She starts to cry
(b) She has a coughing fit
(c) She has a panic attack
(d) She faints
3. What do the Bookends keep doing to Kaitlin?
(a) Cursing at her
(b) Pushing her in the hall
(c) Complimenting her hair
(d) Checking her out
4. Why is Kaitlin’s father able to return home in Chapter 4?
(a) He has broken out of jail
(b) His sentence has been reduced to manslaughter
(c) He has served his entire sentence
(d) New evidence has proved his innocence
5. What does Kaitlin do with the portrait at the end of Chapter 6?
(a) She gives it to her mother
(b) She hugs it
(c) She throws it away
(d) She returns it
Short Answer Questions
1. What important information does Bram share with Kaitlin in Chapter 5?
2. What does Bram confess to Kaitlin in Chapter 9?
3. Where are Bram and Kaitlin when he points out some land to her?
4. What does Bram reveal to Kaitlin in Chapter 5?
5. How does Kaitlin think Bram will react when she tells him the truth about her identity?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Becky, and what does Kaitlin beg Becky for in Chapter 8?
2. How does Kaitlin earn spending money?
3. What does Bram tell Kaitlin about his father in Chapter 8?
4. What does Bram confess to in Chapter 12?
5. Who is Jack and why is he at Bram's house? What makes Kaitlin worry about him?
6. What does Bram ask of Kaitlin in Chapter 4?
7. What do The Bookends confront Kaitlin with in Chapter 16? What must she do as a result?
8. In Chapter 4, what change is made to Kaitlin's father's conviction?
9. What excuse does Kaitlin give for abruptly leaving Bram?
10. What does Kaitlin consider doing to the portrait Bram painted?
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