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Roy’s feelings about moving from Montana could be best described as… A.) angry B.) delighted C.) doesn’t care D.) peaceful
Roy’s relationship with his parents are best described as… A.) difficult B.) loving C.) mean spirited D.) abusive
Give 2 examples from the book showing why Beatrice can be bossy.
Why are owls & snakes important in this story?
Mullet Fingers ability to catch a mullet with his bare hands is best described as… A.) routine B.) standard C.) extraordinary D.) mystical
Describe the importance of the portable bathrooms & panel truck within the book.
By the end of the story, Roy has found life in Florida as good as the life in Montana because …
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What is the importance of Rottweilers & survey stakes?
All new construction in Florida requires a (an) A.) bribe B.) groundbreaking ceremony C.) franchise agreement D.) environmental study
Dana wonders what will happen to the owls once bulldozing begins. True or False?
Two characters in Hoot use Roy’s name instead of their own. True or False?
Roy’s bus suspension is lifted early. True/ False?
Garrett rescues Roy from the fight with Dana in the janitor’s closet. True or False?
A vandal punctures truck’s tires at the building site. True or False?
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