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Bridge To Terabithia (Grade 5)

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Bridge To Terabithia

What gift does Jess get Leslie for Christmas?
  1. An Aslan action figure from The Chronicles of Narnia
  2. A puppy who is named Prince Terrien
  3. A TV from Japan
  4. A bridge set
What did Leslie and Jesse do to get back at Janice Avery?
  1. They told the principal that Janice was smoking in the bathroom.
  2. They told Janice's mom that she was picking on students.
  3. They took her lunch money.
  4. They wrote a fake love letter to her from a boy she liked.
Why did Leslie and Jesse decide to develop a plan against Janice Avery?
  1. They did not like her.
  2. Leslie and Jesse were always pulling pranks.
  3. Janice Avery took Mae Bell's Twinkies.
  4. Leslie thought Janice liked Jesse.
Which statement is true about Leslie's family?
  1. They are very poor which is why they do not own a television
  2. They are very poor but somehow manage to afford a television
  3. They are wealthy but choose not to own a television
  4. They are wealthy and they own a television
  5. None of the above
Which character recognizes that Jess is "the proverbial diamond in the rough"?
  1. Miss Edmund
  2. Jess's Mother
  3. Jess's Father
  4. Leslie Burke
Jess has four sisters. Which one does he get along with best?
  1. Ellie (the oldest)
  2. Brenda (the second oldest)
  3. May Belle (the 6 year old)
  4. Joyce Ann (the 4 year old)
Jess really didn't want to go to Washington with Miss Edmunds, but he thought he had to.
  1. True
  2. False
Jess is not afraid to tell Leslie about his fear of water.
  1. True
  2. False
Why is the title of Chapter 10, "The Perfect Day" ironic?

Jess's questionable masculinity is often mocked by his classmates and family. Name at least two examples of instances where Jess behaved in a way that was not stereotypically masculine.

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