1. In Chapter 1, what does Blue Bird name her child, and why?
In Chapter 1, Blue Bird names her child Waterlily because she is born near water lilies. Her mother believes she is as beautiful as the flowers, so she names her after them.
2. When Blue Bird's mother-in-law hears of the child's birth, what does she do, and what does she think in regards to her son?
When Blue Bird's mother-in-law hears of the birth, she visits her new granddaughter and Blue Bird. She knows her son will not be happy that Blue Bird has decided to stay with her cousin but thinks this is a good idea so that Blue Bird will have help caring for the newborn.
3. According to Chapter 2, how did Blue Bird come to live in this camp circle?
According to Chapter 2, Blue Bird was only fourteen when, on a hunting trip with her whole family, they are attacked, leaving only Blue Bird and her grandmother alive. They wander the wilderness for several days before a passing camp circle welcomes them in.
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