Sing to It to The Doll Tornado
1. In "Sing to It," what does the man want the narrator to make from her hands?
2. From what culture does the proverb come from in "Sing to It"?
3. What is carved off a lamb in "The Orphan Lamb"?
(a) Its ears.
(b) Its hooves.
(c) Its wool.
(d) Its coat.
4. In "The Orphan Lamb," where does the carver wipe the blood?
(a) A rag.
(b) His jacket.
(c) His pants.
(d) The grass.
5. How does the carver attach the pelt to an orphan lamb?
6. How does the narrator clean cages in "A Full Service Shelter"?
(a) With a hose.
(b) With an old mop.
(c) With a push broom.
(d) With a broom.
7. How often does the narrator of "A Full Service Shelter" clean cages?
(a) 2 nights a week.
(b) 2 afternoons a week.
(d) Every other day.
8. What time does the narrator of "A Full Service Shelter" clean cages?
(a) From 2 to 4.
(b) From 8 to 1.
(c) From 4 to 10.
(d) From 10 to 12.
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