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Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

1. What is the name of the electric car that Douglas liked to ride in?

2. What does Lavinia Nebbs use to kill the Lonely One?

3. Who buys the grass that does not need to be cut?

4. Who is the Time Machine?

5. Who moves to Milwaukee?

6. Who figures out that old people were never children?

7. Where does the town meet the wilderness?

8. Who sells Douglas his shoes?

9. Who is accused of using witchcraft?

10. Who decides that parents and children are from different races?

11. Who helps Tom and Douglas bring back the Tarot Witch?

12. Who is with Mother when she is very frightened?

13. Who says that you live on in your family?

14. Who sees the past and future in the patterns on the rugs?

15. Who is always elected president of the Honeysuckle Ladies Lodge?

16. Where does Colonel Freeleigh call the day that he dies?

17. What flavor of ice cream does Helen Loomis hear Bill Forrester order?

18. Who takes Douglas and Tom into the forest to get grapes?

19. What year is it in the book?

20. How old is Tom Spaulding?

21. Who gives Douglas two bottles of air?

22. Who causes Grandma Spaulding to lose her ability to cook?

23. Who drove the trolley?

24. Where does the book take place?

25. Who writes for the newspaper?

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