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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. In Chapter 8, what color raincoat is Lettie wearing?
2. What color boots does Ginnie Hempstock wear at the end of Chapter 13?
3. What color is the ground in Chapter 14, right before the hunger birds come?
4. Where has Lettie been scratched when she returns in Chapter 10?
(a) Her knee.
(b) Her cheek.
(c) Her right arm.
(d) Her left arm.
5. What tune does the narrator realize he is humming as Old Mrs. Hempstock rebukes the hunger birds in Chapter 14?
(a) “Walking Song.”
(b) “Bicycle Built for Two.”
(c) “All God’s Critters.”
(d) “Girls and Boys Come Out to Play.”
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Ursula try to break the jam jar containing the wormhole?
2. In Chapter 9, what is Lettie’s mother doing when the narrator arrives at the house?
3. In Chapter 9, where does the narrator take a bath?
4. How fragile does the narrator realize that the reality of his world is in Chapter 13?
5. In Chapter 8, what does the narrator use to dry himself off?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Lettie praise the narrator in Chapter 13?
2. How is the television set described in the narrator’s parents’ room?
3. What suggestions are made for dealing with the narrator's parents before they arrive at the Hempstocks' home in Chapter 9?
4. What does Ursula do in Chapter 11 when she finds the way back through the wormhole blocked?
5. How does the narrator get out of his locked bedroom in Chapter 8?
6. What happens when the narrator runs to the hunger birds in Chapter 14?
7. What do the hunger birds do when Lettie and Ginnie tell them they can’t come onto Hempstock land?
8. How does the narrator describe the clothes that have been left out for him in Chapter 10?
9. Where do Lettie, Ginnie, and the narrator go in Chapter 14?
10. What does Lettie collect in an old shopping bag to take to the narrator’s house in Chapter 10?
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