93 pages 3 hours read

Margaret Peterson Haddix


Fiction | Novel | YA | Published in 2007

A modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, SuperSummary offers high-quality Study Guides with detailed chapter summaries and analysis of major themes, characters, and more. For select classroom titles, we also provide Teaching Guides with discussion and quiz questions to prompt student engagement.

Exam Answer Key

Multiple Choice

1. B (“Yetta,” 235-251 and “Yetta,” 292-298)

2. A (Various locations)

3. C (Various locations)

4. B (Various locations)

5. D (Various locations)

6. A (Various locations)

7. D (Various locations)

8. C (Various locations)

9. B (Various locations)

10. D (Various locations)

11. C (Various locations)

12. A (Various locations)

13. A (Various locations)

14. B (Various locations)

15. D (“Jane,” 212-228 and “Mrs. Livingston,” 316-330)

Long Answer

1. Throughout the novel, money functions like a kind of “god.” A sex worker who attacks the strikers even explicitly says this. But Bella does not want it to be true, and she thinks that by accepting Harriet as a friend, she will undercut the power of money to function like a god in their lives. (Various locations)

2. Harriet loves her own father, but she is ashamed of the suffering his factory has caused others. She might be wondering if using their family money to support a social justice cause can somehow redeem her father and their family or make amends for the suffering their father has caused. (Various locations)