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Mr. Popper's Penguins: Chapters 19-20 (Grade 3)

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Mr. Popper's Penguins: Chapters 19-20


Read Chapters 19 and 20 of Mr. Popper's Penguins and answer the questions.

Why did everyone have to go to the police station?
  1. They broke the law.
  2. They did not pay their bills.
  3. They went to the wrong theater.
  4. They thought the penguins were stolen.
How much was bail for each penguin?
  1. $10
  2. $50
  3. $100
  4. $500
Who bailed out Mr. Popper and the penguins?
  1. Mrs. Popper
  2. Admiral Drake
  3. Mr. Greenbaum
  4. the police officer
There are no penguins at the North Pole.
  1. True
  2. False
What did Admiral Drake want to do with the penguins?
  1. put them in a zoo
  2. take them to the North Pole
  3. observe them for an entire year
  4. show them to his expedition team
What did Mr. Klein want to do with the penguins?
  1. extend their contract
  2. send them back home
  3. make movies about them
  4. give them back to Admiral Drake
Mr. Popper thought life in Hollywood would not be good for the penguins.
  1. True
  2. False
Why did Mr. Popper decide to send the penguins with Admiral Drake?
  1. He liked Admiral Drake.
  2. He knew it was best for the penguins.
  3. He thought he would become very wealthy from the deal.
  4. He wanted to create a breed of penguins named after himself.
What did Mr. Popper agree to do before the penguins left New York?
  1. paint the theater
  2. make a short movie
  3. sign a bunch of autographs
  4. call and apologize to the seal act
At the end of the story, Mr. Popper
  1. cried as he waved goodbye.
  2. sailed to the North Pole with the penguins.
  3. went back to painting houses in Stillwater.
  4. decided to take the penguins back on the road.

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