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Fish in a Tree Quiz

Lynda Mullaly Hunt
This Study Guide consists of approximately 59 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Fish in a Tree.

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Questions 1-5 of 26:


In the chapter titled, in part, "The Gifts of No Excuses ...", the narrative refers to a close relationship between Oliver and his little sister. What other relationship in the book does this relationship echo? (from Chapters 41 – 46)


What is the most likely reason that the narrative makes a reference to Ally's grandfather in the same context as it references Ally's relationship with Mr. Daniels? (from Chapters 27 – 30)


What is the most likely reason that Ally feels bad about picking on Albert? (from Chapters 11 – 15)


What is the most likely reason that Ally answers Mr. Daniels' questions about her reading the way she does? (from Chapters 27 – 30)


When Jessica apologizes to Ally, and Ally recalls what her mother said about the power of apologies, it echoes which event from earlier in the narrative? (from Chapters 47 – 51)

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