Face On The Milk: Quiz Ch. 14 And 15

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Face On The Milk: Quiz Ch. 14 And 15 - Quiz

Comprehension and understanding of the given chapters.

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Why don’t Jane’s parents invite Reeve to come eat pizza with them after the game? (2) 

  • 2. 

          While they are eating dinner, what does Jane’s mother suggest they do as a family? How does Jane feel about this?  How does her grandfather feel? (4)

  • 3. 

    What did Janie try to write in her notebook?(1)

  • 4. 

     Why does Jane write the letter to the Spring family? Does she intend to send it? (2)  

  • 5. 

    How would the Springs feel if Janie really mailed them such a letter? Explain.(3)  

  • 6. 

    Why does Janie kind of blame herself for the kidnapping? (2) 

  • 7. 

    Can she be sure that the Springs did not abuse her or were mean to her? Explain. (3)

  • 8. 

      Why did Janie, in a way, want to go to the Adolescent Trauma  Center?(1)  

  • 9. 

     Why do you think Reeve told his sister Lizzie about Jane’s kidnapping? Do you agree with Reeve’s decision to tell Lizzie Jane’s secret? Explain (3) 

  • 10. 

    How did Lizzie determine who was the individual who had really done the kidnapping? What does Lizzie’s think happened to Jane when she was little?(3) 

  • 11. 

     Have you ever had a difficult time keeping someone’s secret? If not, imagine you had to keep a difficult secret. Describe the difficulties you might have using details and specifics. (6)

  • 12. 

    Lying seems to be a theme in this story. First, Hannah lies to the Johnsons about Jane’s identity. Then, the Johnsons lie to Jane about being her parents. Now Jane is lying to her parents about her whereabouts and about everything that she knows regarding her kidnapping. What is your opinion on all of this lying? Should the Johnsons have told Jane the truth from the beginning? Should Jane tell the Johnsons the truth now? Is it ever okay to lie? (10)            

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