Section 1, Uncle Remus, His Songs and Stories, 1 through 11
1. Who is the main storyteller of the book?
(a) Africa Jack.
(b) Uncle Remus.
(c) Miss Sally.
(d) Brer Rabbit.
2. How does the story begin?
(a) Brer Rabbit is caught by the tar baby.
(b) The little boy is hiding from his mother.
(c) Africa Jack is telling one of his stories.
(d) Miss Sally is looking for her young son.
3. What excuse does Brer Fox give Brer Rabbit for having a meeting?
(a) to share a meal.
(b) to plan a trip.
(c) to have a confab.
(d) to play a trick on Brer Bear.
4. How does Brer Rabbit warn Brer Fox to keep his distance?
(a) he says he has a fox trap.
(b) he says he has a cold.
(c) he says he has a big stick.
(d) he says he is full of fleas.
5. Why does Brer Fox make the tar baby?
(a) to have someone to talk to.
(b) to make fun of Brer Rabbit.
(c) to have Brer Rabbit's curiosity get him caught.
(d) to decorate the Big Road.
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