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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. What does the train ride in "Chapter 1" remind David of?
(a) His birthday.
(b) A book he read as a child.
(c) Traveling with his father.
(d) Christmas as a child.
2. Why does David say he likes the porch on his new house in "Chapter 2"?
(a) He can see the country.
(b) He is allowed out there alone.
(c) It is breezy.
(d) Someone carved sayings into the boards.
3. Why is Bobbie Lee Taylor's name well known in "Chapter 4"?
(a) He makes radio appearances.
(b) It isn't well known.
(c) It is all over flyers in town.
(d) He is running for mayor.
4. In "Chapter 3," what leftovers does David find in his lunch?
(c) Hush puppies.
5. Why does Bobbie Lee Taylor invite people on stage with him?
(a) To recommit to their religion.
(b) To lead the crowd in prayers.
(c) To ask questions.
(d) To shake his hand.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Aunt Mae feel about David returning her flower?
2. Why does David's father sell the seeds in "Chapter 3"?
3. Why does everyone clear off the floor when Aunt Mae begins dancing in "Chapter 5"?
4. How old does David say he was when he learned the truth about George?
5. Why does Aunt Mae spend less time at home after the factory party?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Bobbie Lee Taylor talk about during his revival in "Chapter 4"?
2. Why does David sleep outside in "Chapter 2"?
3. In "Chapter 3," why does David get in trouble at school?
4. How does the propeller factory affect David's town?
5. In "Chapter 3," what makes David's lunch special?
6. How does Mrs. Watkins punish David in "Chapter 3"?
7. What is the party like at the factory in "Chapter 5"?
8. How does David say his family reacted to George?
9. What changes for Aunt Mae after the factory party in "Chapter 5"?
10. How does Aunt Mae attract attention to herself at the factory party?
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