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A Wrinkle in Time (Grade 7)

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A Wrinkle in Time

A Wrinkle in Time is an example of...
  1. Historical fiction
  2. Science Fiction
  3. Fantasy
  4. Realistic Fiction
Which choice best represents a theme in the book?
  1. The importance of family
  2. Courage under pressure
  3. Neighbors can be helpful
  4. Life is an adventure
Which character is not one of Meg's neighbors?
  1. Mrs. Who
  2. Mrs. Whatsit
  3. Mrs. When
  4. Mrs. Which
What is tessering?
  1. A special dance
  2. A way to travel through time
  3. An imaginary form of travel
  4. An outrageous ritual
Which choice represents a lesson Meg learns during the story?
  1. The importance of conforming to society's standards
  2. The importance of believing in fantasy
  3. The importance of listening to your elders
  4. The importance of being an individual
The Black Thing is described as...
  1. A disembodied brain
  2. A angry, evil creature
  3. A cold, dark shadow
  4. A bright star
Mrs. Who's method of speaking in quotations from famous thinkers is an example of what literary method?
  1. Allusion
  2. Metaphor
  3. Symbolism
  4. Citation
The word "medium," as in the character Happy Medium, means:
  1. just average
  2. in between
  3. a way of doing something
  4. a person who communicates with spirits
How does Mrs. Murry show her devotion to her husband while he is missing?
  1. She prays he will be found
  2. She writes him daily letters
  3. She continues his work
  4. She cares for the children
The book was influenced by the research of what famous scientist?
  1. Isaac Newtown
  2. Galileo Galilei
  3. Aristotle
  4. Albert Einstein
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