1. At the beginning of Chapter 1, what two words does the narrator say the book will show the difference between?
(a) Brave and scared.
(b) Nervous and anxious.
(c) Bad and good.
(d) Happy and sad.
2. What type of ice cream does the narrator at the beginning of Chapter 1 state you may be nervous about eating?
(a) Chocolate ice cream.
(b) Vanilla ice cream.
(c) Expired ice cream.
(d) Prune ice cream.
3. According to the narrator, what is the definition of "anxious"?
(b) Troubled by disturbing suspense.
(c) Feeling nervous.
(d) Upset stomach.
4. Why does the narrator state the dictionary is more pleasant than reading this book?
(a) You can close the book when you want.
(b) There is no setting.
(c) You can skip to more pleasant words.
(d) There is no plot.
5. In Chapter 1, what does the narrator suggest the reader do instead of reading this book?
(a) Curl up with a dictionary.
(b) Read the story backward.
(c) Read the book.
(d) Skip ahead to chapter four.
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