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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Morag have some bad luck in Chapter 11?
2. What does the leader of the rebels fighting for Petal and Tulip spend his time studying in libraries?
3. Where do Morag and Kerry chase Magenta into in Chapter 11?
4. What instrument did Kerry's ex-boyfriend promise to teach her?
5. What kind of rare poppy does Dinnie's neighbor need to complete her art project?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Heather and Morag's argument in Chapter 3.
2. How is the atmosphere of the gallery that Kerry chases Magenta into in Chapter 11 described?
3. What advice does Heather give to Dinnie to help him win over Kerry?
4. How does the author describe Crohn's disease, which Kerry suffers from?
5. Why are the Italian fairies angry at the end of Chapter 9?
6. How is Kerry planning to make her Celtic Alphabet?
7. How does Heather help Dinnie earn money playing the violin?
8. How does Aelric prepare to battle King Tala in Chapter 9?
9. How do Heather and Morag react to Dinnie's violin playing?
10. How does the author first describe Aelric?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine the presence of rebellion found in the book. How are characters like Heather and Morag portrayed as being rebellious and what purpose does the author have for presenting these characters in this manner?
Essay Topic 2
Competition is a well-used concept presented throughout much of the book, namely between the characters Heather and Morag.
Part 1) What is telling about Heather and Morag's character based on their competitive nature in the book?
Part 2) Based on the portrayal of competition in the book, what might the author be saying about the repercussions of being competitive with others?
Part 3) What lessons do the book's characters learn from being competitive? Is it a positive or negative message?
Essay Topic 3
The concept of friendship is an enduring theme found in the book.
Part 1) What might the author be saying about the issues dealt with in friendships based on the portrayal of Heather and Morag in the book?
Part 2) What role does friendship play in the relationships between the fairies and humans in the book?
Part 3) How important does friendship appear to be, considering the outcome of the book?
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