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Chapter 6: This is Jody’s Fawn

1. The lesson “This is Jody’s fawn” is written by _____?

  • Jody
  • Penny
  • Shashikanta Das
  • Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
Answer
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

2. Who did he talk to about this first?

  • His pa
  • His ma
  • Mill-wheel
  • None of the above
Answer
His pa

3.

Answer
1

4. What do you mean by “hemmed in”

  • Caught in a situation where one can’t say ‘yes’
  • Caught in a situation where one can’t say ‘no’
  • Caught in a situation where one can’t say anything at all
  • None of the Above
Answer
Caught in a situation where one can’t say ‘no’

5. Who said “Nothing in the world comes quite free”?

  • Mill-wheel
  • Penny
  • Jody
  • Doc Wilson
Answer
Doc Wilson

6. Where did Jody allow his thoughts to drift back to?

  • His father
  • His mother
  • The doe
  • The fawn
Answer
The fawn

7. How did Jody know it was a boy?

  • The spots were in a line
  • The spots were every which way
  • There were no spots
  • None of the Above
Answer
The spots were in a line

8. Who offered to give a ride to Jody?

  • Mill-wheel
  • Penny
  • Ma Baxter
  • Doc Wilson
Answer
Mill-wheel

9. What was his mother doing when he went to convince her?

  • Sitting
  • Pouring coffee
  • Pouring tea
  • All of the above
Answer
Pouring coffee

10. Why is his father proud of Jody?

  • Jody kept his head high and did what was needed
  • Jody ran for help
  • Jody avoided the situation
  • Jody wanted to bring the fawn home
Answer
Jody kept his head high and did what was needed