Coraline Trivia: How Well Do You Know Coraline?

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1.

In the beginning, Coraline picks up a forked stick. What does she use it for, and what tree is it from?

Answer: The stick was from a Poison Oak and she was using it as a dowsing rod.
Explanation:
In the beginning of the book "Coraline" by Neil Gaiman, Coraline picks up a forked stick that is from a Poison Oak tree and uses it as a dowsing rod. She is pretending to search for water or hidden treasures, showcasing her imaginative and adventurous nature. This scene sets the tone for Coraline's curiosity and her tendency to explore and engage with her surroundings, which becomes a crucial aspect of her character as the story unfolds.
2.

Coraline is in the house the next day. She is mumbling to her Mother while placing square things on the window sill. What are they?

Answer: Packets of seeds.
Explanation:
Coraline is mumbling to her Mother while placing square things on the window sill. The correct answer is packets of seeds. This can be inferred from the fact that Coraline is placing square things on the window sill, which is a common way to store and display packets of seeds. The other options, slabs of chocolate for Mel Jones' Birthday and the Harry Potter series, do not fit the context of the scene and are unrelated to Coraline's actions.
3.

At the dinner table, Charlie Jones is serving one of his unpleasant recipes to his family. Coraline, refusing to eat it, begs her Mom to cook. Her Mother explains and then suggests a vegetable to Coraline. What vegetable and why should she eat it?

Answer: Chard, because Coraline needs a vegetable.
Explanation:
The correct answer is Chard, because Coraline needs a vegetable. This is the most logical and straightforward explanation based on the information given in the question. Coraline's mother suggests a vegetable to her, indicating that Coraline needs to eat a vegetable. The other options, carrots and cabbage, do not have any specific reasoning provided in the question that would suggest Coraline needs to eat them.
4.

Earlier in the movie, there is a painting on the wall of a person dressed in blue with an expression on their face clearly from one of the details on the picture. When Coraline enters the Otherworld, she sees the replica of the painting, but this time it's the opposite of the one back home. What gender is the person, what expression is in the real flat, and why are they like that and what is the opposite?

Answer: A boy crying, and a blob of ice cream on the ground. (Otherworld) He is laughing with the ice cream on the cone again.
Explanation:
In the real flat, there is a painting of a boy crying with a blob of ice cream on the ground, which suggests sadness and disappointment. However, in the Otherworld, the boy is seen laughing with the ice cream on the cone again, indicating joy and satisfaction. The opposite gender is not mentioned in the question, so we cannot determine the gender of the person in the painting.
5.

Sitting at the dinner table with her Other Parents. After Coraline states that she's 'really thirsty.' The Other Mother says, 'Of course, any requests?' What drink did Coraline choose?

Answer: Mango Milkshake?
Explanation:
Based on the given information, Coraline states that she is "really thirsty" and the Other Mother asks if she has any requests. Among the given options, the most suitable choice for someone who is thirsty would be a drink rather than a soda or smoothie. Additionally, a milkshake is a popular choice for a refreshing and thirst-quenching beverage. Therefore, Coraline most likely chose the Mango Milkshake.
6.

Coraline's Real Mother takes Coraline shopping for her school uniform. Later on the way home, the shop's name is printed on the bag filled with the uniforms. What does it say?

Answer: Lindens
Explanation:
The correct answer is "Lindens" because it is the only option that is not mentioned in the question itself. The question states that Coraline's Real Mother takes her shopping for her school uniform, and later on the way home, the shop's name is printed on the bag. Since the names "Laika" and "Hartley Uniform Store" are mentioned in the question, the only option left is "Lindens."
7.

Earlier, Coraline walks into the mist and finds Wybie looking for slugs (stalking her). What kind of slug was he looking for?

Answer: Banana Slug
Explanation:
In the given scenario, Wybie is looking for slugs in the mist. The correct answer is "Banana Slug." This can be inferred from the fact that banana slugs are a common type of slug that can be found in misty environments. The other options, "Monkey Slug" and "Button Slug," are not commonly known types of slugs and therefore do not fit the context of the situation.
8.

Too find the eyes of the Ghost Children, Coraline needs a certain object. What object is this, and what must she do in order for her to get an idea of where the eye is?

Answer: A green, triangular piece of candy she looks through, which makes surroundings gray and the eye shine brightly.
Explanation:
Coraline needs a green, triangular piece of candy to find the eyes of the Ghost Children. When she looks through the candy, it makes the surroundings gray and causes the eye to shine brightly. This allows her to see where the eye is concealed.
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