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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. To what does Aunt Cordelia often treat Julie and Chris for their help?
(a) To a movie in town.
(b) To a ride on the pony.
(c) To a wiener roast or fried chicken dinners for compensation.
(d) To a bedtime story.
2. What does Uncle Haskell take out of his golf bag?
(a) A dead rabbit.
(b) A spade.
(c) A sick puppy.
(d) A driver.
3. Who starts taking a special interest in Julie?
(a) Her dad.
(b) The neighbor's dog.
(c) Her uncle.
(d) Her best friend.
4. What is Laura and Bill's baby named?
5. Who is moving to town?
(a) Julie's father and his new wife.
(b) Jonathan Eltwing and his wife.
(c) Laura and her husband.
(d) Chris and his new wife.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why might Aunt Cordelia not be wanting to see Jonathan?
2. Who does Aunt Cordelia insist Julie invite?
3. Who is waiting to welcome Julie?
4. What does Julie do as she explores her aunt's house?
5. What relationship is Jonathan Eltwing to Aunt Cordelia?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Aunt Cordelia decide to host a birthday party for Julie?
2. What do most of the people notice about Jonathan's wife?
3. How and what do Julie and Chris discover about Uncle Haskell?
4. What is a drastic change in Julie's life when she is ten? How is she involved in it?
5. Why is Aunt Cordelia upset with Julie's invitations and what does Julie do?
6. What does Aunt Cordelia try to do for the Kilpin family and how does she feel when she returns home?
7. What do Julie and Chris do with Aunt Cordelia every day and what does she do?
8. What challenges Aunt Cordelia most about teaching and what does she encourage Julie and the other girls to do? How do they feel about it?
9. Where does Julie end up on her first day at her aunt's house and what does her aunt do?
10. How does Uncle Haskell help Julie with her loneliness after Chris leaves?
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