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Grade 5 Harry Potter
Which one of the titles listed below isn't in the Harry Potter series of books?
  1. Chamber of Secrets
  2. Prizoner of Azkaban
  3. The Dark Lord
  4. Half Blood Prince
Grade 5 The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
What was the "Deeper Magic" before the dawn of time in Narnia?
  1. The power to turn creatures into stone.
  2. Death could be conquered by an innocent victim who substituted himself for a traitor.
  3. The witch has the right to kill every traitor.
  4. The mysterious inscription on the scepter of the Emperor-Beyond-the-Sea
  5. The crime of treachery must be appeased by the blood of the traitor.
Grade 6 Greyling
Which one of these events best describes the climax of this story?
  1. The fisherman finds a seal.
  2. Greyling dives into the ocean to save his father.
  3. The fisherman's wife said, "You call this nothing?"
  4. Greyling comes home to tell his parents tales.
Grade 3 The Tale of Despereaux
Why did Antionette name her baby mouse Despereaux?
  1. for how happy she was
  2. for how sad and disappointed she was
  3. for the beautiful sunshine
  4. because she knew he was going to be brave
Grade 3 The Tale of Despereaux
Why was Despereaux so different when he was born?
  1. He had small ears and his eyes were closed
  2. He has big ears and his eyes were closed
  3. He has big ears and his eyes were open
Grade 5 The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Grade 3 The Tale of Despereaux
Despereaux's brother and sister try to teach him...
  1. how to scurry
  2. how to eat the pages of a book
  3. how to be a "real mouse."
Grade 4 Harry Potter
Where did Harry sleep when living in the Dursley's house?
  1. in the shed
  2. in a cupboard
  3. in the guest bedroom
  4. in Dudley's room
Grade 4 Harry Potter
Into what house did the Sorting Hat almost place Harry?
  1. Slytherin
  2. Hufflepuff
  3. Ravenclaw
  4. Gryffindor
Grade 3 The Tale of Despereaux
Grade 4 The Magician's Nephew
What weird power do the rings have that the kids don't know about that caused them to bring the Queen out of her original world?
  1. Anyone within 10 meters of the rings will travel with the ring bearers as well
  2. Whoever is touching the person that touches the ring also comes with them to the Wood between the Worlds
  3. The rings didn't do anything, the Queen just used her magic to get out
Grade 5 The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
What happened to Edmund while with the beaver family?
  1. He ran into the robin and went a different way and the home.
  2. Edmund got lost on the way to the beavers' home.
  3. Edmund was caught by the White Witch and forced to tell her.
  4. Edmund went back to the White Witch to report on them.
Grade 3 The Tale of Despereaux
What was Despereaux's brother's name?
  1. Tilling
  2. Furlough
  3. Merlot
Grade 3 The Tale of Despereaux
  1. is very healthy
  2. sneezes often
  3. faints at loud noises
  4. none of the above
Grade 4 Harry Potter
Grade 4 Harry Potter
Grade 5 The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
When Edmund first enters Narnia, he encounters:
  1. A Queen
  2. A Faun
  3. A Giant
  4. A Lion
  5. None of the above
Grade 6 Greyling
The setting at the exposition of the story is                             .
  1. a great storm
  2. the great grey cliffs
  3. a village by the sea
  4. the sea where Greyling lives
Grade 5 The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
When Lucy and Peter go to the professor to tell him they think Lucy is out of her mind, he reacts by:
  1. agreeing that there could be no such place. He tells them he will speak to Lucy and determine if she is really insane.
  2. reprimanding them for exploring the room with the wardrobe. The room is in his private quarter off limits to children.
  3. believing her story and telling them that their view of reality is "narrow" if they reject the possibility of another word like Narnia.
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