1. Who is the main character of this book?
(a) The book's co-author, John MacMurray.
(b) All boys without fathers.
(c) All children without parents.
(d) The author, Donald Miller.
2. Miller asks for what from the reader?
(c) Open mindedness.
3. Who is Miller's intended audience?
(b) Boys only.
(c) Men and women.
4. Miller writes specifically to appeal to what type of humor?
(a) Everyone's sense of humor.
(b) A male sense of humor.
(c) The author does not write with a sense of humor.
(d) A female sense of humor.
5. The author wants the reader to encourage and relate to what type of men?
(a) Men who are fathers.
(b) Men with fathers.
(c) Men who grew up or are being raised without fathers.
(d) Men who are not yet fathers.
6. Writing this book appears to have been what type of experience for the author?
7. The author uses the prologue to do which of the following?
(a) Explain his writing style.
(b) Discuss issues related to fathers who abandon their children.
(c) Discuss issues related to fatherless boys.
(d) Tell the reader his life story.
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