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The Stranger By: Chris Van Allsburg
1. What is terror? A. fear B. loneliness C. greed
Terror is fear
2. Where is the parlor? A. music room B. hotel C. sitting or living room
A parlor is a living room.
3. She was fascinated by her pen. A. annoyed B. pleased C. amazed
Fascinated means to be amazed.
The wind caused a draft. A. air current B. smell C. art
A draft is air blowing
5. He is timid. A. active B. shy or fearful C. thoughtful
Timid means fearful or shy
6. He etched the glass. A. tapped B. leaned C. carved
Etched means carved into a surface.
7. Frost is on the ground. A. powdered ice B. fog C. soil
Frost is powdered ice.
8. What happened to the mercury in the doctor’s thermometer? A. Boiled B. Went down C. changed color
Went down to the bottom.
9. How was the stranger different? A. He ate hot soup. B. The sun did not set. C. The rabbits were not afraid of him.
The rabbits were not afraid of the stranger.
10. Why do you think the author showed that the stranger never got tired. A. Mr. Bailey liked that the stranger liked to work. B. Katy liked to work. C. The stranger was special.
The author probably wanted to showed how special the stranger was.
11. What was a clue that the weather was not changing? A. The sun B. The geese flew south. C. The rabbits hopped.
The geese fly south when the weather changes.
12.What showed that the stranger was harmless? A. He tried to run away. B. He watched the sun set with Katy. C. He lost his memory.
The stranger watched the sunset with Katy.
13. If the stranger was a hermit how would he act? A. He would work hard. B. He would have been shy and uncomfortable. C. He would had a party.
He would have been shy and uncomfortable.
14. Why did the pumpkins grow larger? A. The weather was warmer. B. The seeds were bigger. C. More rain.
The pumpkins were larger because the weather was warmer longer.
15. What was different about the trees north of the Bailey farm? A. They were bigger. B. They had frost on them. C. They had turned red and orange.
The trees north of the Bailey farm had turned red and orange.
16. What happened first in the story? A. The stranger became a member of the Bailey family. B. The Stranger climbed a hill. C. The stranger ran and disappeared.
The stranger became a member of the Bailey Family.
17. What event never happened in the story? A. Mr. Bailey hit the stranger. B. The geese flew in a V formation. C. The leaves changed colors in a day.
The leaves changed colors in a day.
What effect did the stranger have on the Bailey farm?
Summer did not change to fall.
How did the stranger continue to show the Bailey’s he cared for them?
The trees stayed green longer every fall and he left frost messages on the windows.
What do you think would have happened if the stranger had never left the Bailey’s?
The weather would have probably stayed warm.
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