The Wish Giver: Three Tales of Coven Tree Multiple Choice Test Questions

Bill Brittain
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Prologue

1. For whom is this book written?
(a) Elderly.
(b) Young parents.
(c) Teachers.
(d) Young people.

2. How many stories does the book include?
(a) 1.
(b) 5.
(c) 3.
(d) 10.

3. What is one theme the prologue says is explored?
(a) Forgiveness.
(b) Religion.
(c) Love.
(d) Hate.

4. What does the Prologue say that the stories say is important.
(a) The ability to tell reality from illusion.
(b) Joy in doing.
(c) Family relations.
(d) Service to others.

5. How is Coven Tree described?
(a) A large metropolis.
(b) A small, rural community.
(c) A large farm.
(d) Another dimensional place.

6. In what voice is the Prologue written?
(a) Second person.
(b) Third person.
(c) First person.
(d) It changes between first and second.

7. With what does Coven Tree have experience?
(a) The natural world.
(b) Magic.
(c) Changes.
(d) Esoteric knowledge.

8. Who has made their homes in the area of Coven Tree for decades?
(a) Witches.
(b) Elves.
(c) Fairies.
(d) Gnomes.

9. How does Coven Tree derive its name?
(a) It is not known.
(b) For the twisted tree where witches gather.
(c) For the agreement the area made with the elves.
(d) For the agreement the area made with the wood sprites.

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