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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is Charles Halloway when he sees Jim and Will run by?
(a) The saloon
(b) His mother's house
(c) The library
2. What kind of song does Mr. Halloway hear a man humming?
(a) A Christmas song
(b) A pop song
(c) A folk song
(d) A jazz song
3. Why does Jim want Will to leave?
(a) He wants time on his own
(b) Mr. Coogar won't come out
(c) It is not safe
(d) He does not like him
4. What does the sign say on the merry-go-round?
(a) Do not enter
(b) Help yourself
(c) Enter at your own risk
(d) Out of order
5. Where do Will and Jim chase the boy to?
(a) Jim's house
(b) Mr. Tetley's store
(c) The carnival
(d) Will's house
6. Where do Will and Jim find the 12-year-old boy?
(a) The Bumper Cars
(b) The Mirror Maze
(c) A baseball park
(d) Miss Foley's house
7. What does Jim say his name is?
8. What have Jim and Will nailed into the ivy?
(a) Dead animals
(b) A rope ladder
(c) Iron rungs
9. Who does the dwarf look like?
(a) Mr. Tetley
(b) Mr. Fury
(c) Mrs. Halloway
(d) Miss Foley
10. What disappointing thing happens to children in September?
(a) Baseball season finishes
(b) The rain starts
(c) School starts
(d) The sun disappears
11. What does Mr. Halloway say men despair at?
12. Where does Mr. Halloway go after the library?
(a) A brothel
(b) A restaurant
(d) A saloon
13. What is the name of Jim and Will's town?
(a) Dark Town
(b) Red Town
(c) White Town
(d) Green Town
14. What does Will think really worries his father?
(a) His drinking
(b) His mother
(c) His job
(d) The carnival
15. What is the name of the monster at Coogar and Dark's show?
(c) Jumping Jock
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Will hear his father burn?
2. Why does Will decide to stay at the carnival?
3. What is the man's suit made out of?
4. Who do Jim and Will hear talking?
5. What kind of month does the author say October is for boys?
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