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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is the town meeting held in Chapter 12?
(a) The Harlan compound.
(b) The town hall.
(c) Tom Walker's home.
(d) The Kicking Moose Saloon.
2. What kind of lunch box does Leni take to school?
(a) A Little Mermaid lunch box.
(b) A Pink Panther lunch box.
(c) A Winnie the Pooh lunch box.
(d) A Mickey Mouse lunch box.
3. What does Leni shoot when she goes hunting with her parents in Chapter 8?
(a) A hare.
(b) A duck.
(c) A moose.
(d) A deer.
4. What is the name of Crazy Pete's goose?
5. Who is Ernst's friend who leaves him his land in Alaska?
(a) Red Harlan.
(b) Bo Harlan.
(c) Roger Harlan.
(d) Jack Harlan.
Short Answer Questions
1. About how many hours of daylight per day do the Allbrights experienced in January?
2. In what year does Chapter 1 begin?
3. How many of every 1,000 Alaskans go missing each year, according to Large Marge in Chapter 3?
4. In what vehicle do Leni and her family travel to Alaska?
5. How long ago does Natalie Watkins say she came to Alaska?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author illustrate the changes as winter comes in Chapter 8?
2. How does Tom win over most of the Harlan clan regarding the saloon?
3. In what ways are Matthew's behaviors following his mother's death similar to Ernt's? How are they different?
4. Who are the Harlans and what connection do they have to the Allbrights?
5. How does Leni characterize her parents' relationship in Part 1 of the novel?
6. How is Ernt described when his character is introduced in Chapter 1?
7. What are Leni's impressions of the settings in Chapters 3 and 4 as the Allbrights travel to their destination?
8. How is the theme of literature explored in Chapters 1 and 2?
9. What causes Ernt's hostility toward Tom in Chapters 5 and 6?
10. How does Leni feel about her first day at school in Chapter 5? Why?
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