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Because of Winn-Dixie: Chapters 11-12 (Grade 4)

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Because of Winn-Dixie: Chapters 11-12

What woke Opal up?
  1. a thunderstorm
  2. a knock at the door
  3. Winn-Dixie was upset
  4. Gloria Dump called her
What made Winn-Dixie go crazy?
  1. music
  2. thunder
  3. peanut butter
  4. Gertrude the parrot
What did the preacher say Winn-Dixie had?
  1. fleas
  2. a bad temper
  3. a pathological fear
  4. scratches on his neck
Why did Opal love the preacher most of all?
  1. He was a good dad.
  2. He liked to sing to her.
  3. He kissed her goodnight.
  4. He made Winn-Dixie feel safe.
What did Opal notice when she got to the pet store?
  1. It smelled really bad.
  2. There were flies everywhere.
  3. The animals were out of their cages.
  4. The store had been robbed overnight.
What was Otis doing for the animals?
  1. feeding them
  2. playing guitar
  3. cleaning their cages
  4. painting their pictures
What did Opal compare Otis to?
  1. a little boy
  2. a brave soldier
  3. a snake charmer
  4. a rocket scientist
What did Opal learn about Otis?
  1. He was married.
  2. He had been in jail.
  3. He was from another country.
  4. He was allergic to most animals.
What was Opal's job at the pet store?
  1. sweeping
  2. feeding the animals
  3. running the cash register
  4. bringing in new business
What did Opal want to tell her mother?
  1. to come home
  2. all of her stories
  3. that she loved her
  4. that she was mad at her

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