# "Numbering All The Bones"

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How well do you know Numbering All the Bones by Ann Rinaldi?

• 1.

### Why does Zeke not work on the plantation anymore?

• A.

He was sent away by the Master's wife

• B.

He drew on the wall

• C.

He was too short to be a good worker

• D.

He was not even a slave

A. He was sent away by the Master's wife
Explanation
Zeke does not work on the plantation anymore because he was sent away by the Master's wife. This suggests that there was some kind of conflict or issue between Zeke and the Master's wife that led to his dismissal from the plantation. The exact reason for his dismissal is not provided in the given information, but it can be inferred that the Master's wife played a role in his departure.

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• 2.

### About how old is Eulinda in this book?

• A.

5 years old

• B.

13 years old

• C.

30 years old

• D.

56 years old

B. 13 years old
Explanation
In this book, Eulinda is described as being 13 years old. This means that she is in her early teenage years. The author may have mentioned her age to give readers a better understanding of her character and the stage of life she is in. Eulinda's age could also be important to the plot or themes of the book, as it may influence her experiences, decisions, and interactions with other characters.

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• 3.

### What did Eulinda choose to do when she was told she was no longer a slave?

• A.

Take on 3 jobs to help pay for her brother who was sick

• B.

Go for a swim in the lake

• C.

Stay with her old master until she chose to leave

• D.

Run to her Aunt's house and stay with her

C. Stay with her old master until she chose to leave
Explanation
Eulinda chose to stay with her old master until she chose to leave. This suggests that she had a sense of loyalty towards her old master and did not immediately abandon him upon learning that she was no longer a slave. It also implies that she had some level of comfort and security in her current situation, which is why she decided to stay for the time being. However, it is important to note that she had the freedom to leave whenever she wanted, indicating that she had some agency in her decision-making process.

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• 4.

### What was the soldier going to do to the dog he took from Eulinda?

• A.

Report her and the dog to his superior and punish them

• B.

Take it home and give it to his little girl

• C.

Let it roam free in the wilderness

• D.

Sell it to one of the prisoners

D. Sell it to one of the prisoners
Explanation
The soldier was planning to sell the dog to one of the prisoners.

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• 5.

### How did Eulinda like her life as a slave as compared to others?

• A.

She thought it was alright

• B.

She hated it

• C.

She loved it

• D.

She couldn't care less

A. She thought it was alright
Explanation
Eulinda's opinion about her life as a slave was that she thought it was alright. This suggests that she did not particularly love or hate being a slave, but rather had a neutral or indifferent view towards it.

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• 6.

### True or False: Eulinda was educated?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Eulinda being educated means that she has received formal instruction or training in various subjects or skills. This could include attending school or receiving higher education. The answer "True" suggests that Eulinda has indeed been educated, indicating that she has acquired knowledge and skills through some form of educational process.

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• 7.

### True or False: Eulinda's master was also her Father?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Based on the information given, the correct answer is true. It is stated that Eulinda's master was also her father.

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• 8.

### True or False: Eulinda was beaten daily as punishment for her lack of effort in her work?

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement suggests that Eulinda was beaten daily as punishment for her lack of effort in her work. However, the correct answer is False, indicating that this statement is not true. This means that Eulinda was not beaten daily for her lack of effort in her work.

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• 9.

### True or False: Eulinda obtained a job when she was free?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Eulinda obtained a job when she was free means that Eulinda was successful in finding employment during a period of time when she did not have any other commitments or obligations. This suggests that she had the availability and flexibility to search for and secure a job without any constraints on her schedule.

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• 10.

### True or False: Clara Barton did not employ former slaves?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross, did not employ former slaves. This statement implies that Clara Barton did not hire or employ individuals who were previously enslaved.

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• 13.

### Write what you would have felt like and what you would have done as a newly freed slave. (Minimum of 6 sentences)

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