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1. Doughnuts 2. Cigars 3. The mean cat 4. A chemistry set
1. At the book store 2. At the candy factory 3. At the shoe factory 4. At the library
1. She dropped it on the floor 2. She put money in it 3. She took money out of it 4. She counted the money in it
1. Learning about Jesus 2. Coloring pictures 3. Singing songs 4. That the Herdmans weren’t there
1. By age 2. By class 3. Boy, girl, boy, girl 4. By height
1. She passed out 2. She started crying 3. No one could hear her 4. She fell off the stage
1. Ollie 2. Leroy 3. Gladys 4. Imogene
1. The manager gives them free tickets 2. One or two start a fight so the others can sneak in 3. They pay for a ticket 4. They walk in the back door
1. The Herdmans were playing with matches 2. The Herdmans were playing with a chemistry set 3. The fire department burned it down because it was a hazard 4. The Herdmans were smoking cigars
1. Charlie told them it was fun 2. Charlie told them they would get snacks and desserts 3. Charlie told them the people would love them 4. Charlie told them they would get to sing
1. Because they have an attack dog 2. Because they have a mean cat 3. Because they smoke cigars 4. Because they are the worst kids in the world
1. Not to play with matches 2. That there are free doughnuts at a fire 3. That they could burn down anything that was a hazard 4. Not to play with chemistry sets
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