87 pages 2 hours read

Watt Key

Alabama Moon

Fiction | Novel | Middle Grade | Published in 2006

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Multiple Choice

1. What can the reader infer about Pap’s condition?

A) He is mentally unstable, possibly due to the war.

B) The infection caused him to be unreasonable.

C) He is afraid of many things.

D)    He has had traumatic experiences with local governments.

2. When does Moon realize Mr. Abroscotto is not his true friend?

A) When Mr. Abroscotto reports Moon to the authorities

B) When he attempts to explain his father’s delusions

C) When he refuses to trade with Moon after his father’s death

D) When he is frightened when he believes Moon will shoot him

3. Which of the following statements best describes Constable Sanders?

A) He cares very little for the people, no matter their social standing.

B) He has a passion for law and justice.

C) He feels justified in breaking the law if he has been wronged.

D) His honesty about situations causes others to villainize him.

4. Why are Moon’s actions often misguided and delusional?

A) He has had a difficult life that has altered his worldview.

B) His reality is based on Pap’s warped perspective.

C) The people around him have never been kind.

D) His familiarity with the outside world is based on experience.

5. What can the reader infer about Moon’s relationship with food?