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What was the relationship between Jane and Felicity?
b. mother and daughter
c. aunt and niece
How is Jane described through the story?
a. prim and proper
b. messy and self-centered
c. neat and clean
d. fun to be with
messy and self-centered
What is the mystery of this story?
a. missing pearls
b. Jane's messy room
c. Felicity is missing
d. Jane is missing
Jane is missing
Who was Jane to marry?
a. the bookkeeper
b. the gardener
c. the supermarket clerk
d. the blacksmith
Explain why Jane's parents did not want her to marry the gardener?
He was not wealthy enough. He didn't come from the same social background.
Why was Brian frustrated with his newspaper route?
A paper kept coming up missing.
Who was stealing the newspaper?
How was the problem solved?
a. Brian quit
b. Brian fed the animal
c. a plastic bin
d. captured and released the animal
a plastic bin
Brian was concerned for his excellent______
d. throwing arm
What was going to happen if Brian didn't solve the mystery of the missing paper?
He would lose a customer. He wouldn't get good tips at Christmas.
What was the ticket for that Anna lost?
a. free meal to Taco Bell
b. The Screamin Raspberries
c. The Yelling Peaches
d. The Screamin Lemons
The Screamin Lemons
Grandma preferred to do what instead of watching T.V.?
reading a book
Where were Anna's parents?
a. on vacation
b. a business trip
d. out to dinner
a business trip
Where did Anna go for the evening to work on her school project?
a. a friend's house
b. a coffee shop
c. the library
d. none of the above
Explain how the mystery of the ticket is resolved?
Grandma found it in her book. She had used it as a bookmark.
person who is harmed
c. red herring
a person who has knowledge about the crime
an excuse used
a discovery that helps solve a crime
an action that breaks the law
drawing a conclusion
readers don't know the solution
a guess or feeling
an investigator looking for clues
something that is unknown
a fact or object that gives information
the time, place of a story
a reason a person does something
a false clue
the arrangement of incidents
a statement that helps to prove the crime
to infer by logical reasoning
person who may have done the crime