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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. At David's abuse trial, who did not appear in court?
(b) His father.
(c) His mother.
(d) Ms. Gold.
2. After the boy runs away from the Pelzer household, what did he hope?
(a) That he could ride his bike.
(b) That they would go on vacation.
(c) That things would be the same.
(d) That things would be different.
3. What item did David's Mother once force him to eat as punishment.
(a) Dog feces.
4. David is taken to a psychiatrist, what name does the psychiatrist insist on calling David?
5. What is "The Boy's" real name?
Short Answer Questions
1. How did David feel after his first visit with the psychiatrist?
2. What medical condition did Chris have?
3. How much money did Lillian Catanze receive to buy David clothes?
4. Later in the evening, when David and Big Larry got into trouble, who did David try to call?
5. David had mixed emotions about his abuse being reported. Who was he afraid would be angry when they found out?
Short Essay Questions
1. What prompts the psychiatrist to report that David has anger issues?
2. In the chapter entitled Adrift, what did David think when his visitor didn't show up at the appointed time?
3. What is Ms. Gold's response in The Trial when David asks what will happen to his brothers?
4. After David's custody trial, what does he say to Ms. Gold?
5. In New Beginnings, what does Tony do for David?
6. David and Big Larry come up with a plan. What was the plan called, and what were the details of the plan?
7. In An Angel named Ms. Gold, what did the police officer tell David's mother?
8. Why didn't David understand simple terms, such as "grounded?"
9. What item becomes David's obsession at The Catanze's?
10. When David first arrived at Aunt Mary's, what was his response to the other foster children when they asked "what he was in for?"
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