The Fourteenth Goldfish
by Jennifer L. Holm
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1. Why did the teacher give each student a goldfish?
They would have a pet to take care of.
She liked goldfish and thought it was a good present.
They would learn about the cycle of life.
She had too many fish in her aquarium.
2. The lab assistants lived on ___ when they ran experiments at night.
3. Who did mom and Ellie say grandpa was?
Ellie's brother, Jonathan
a foster child
Ellie's cousin, Melvin
Mom's cousin, Melvin
4. What was the similarity between Jonas Salk and Robert Oppenheimer?
They both played a big part in the outcome of two wars.
They both were Nobel winners.
They both had important roles in the theater.
They both experimented with finding the fountain of youth.
5. How did Melvin NOT change as a teenager?
his love of playing video games
his choice of clothing
his preference for Mexican food
What did grandpa want to get from his lab?
his scientific journals
his computer laptop
the T. melvinus specimen
the jellyfish in the tank
7. Grandpa thought that a college degree was a waste if ...
you didn't make a lot of money with it.
the education was not used to further science.
the person didn't write books.
the graduate didn't use the degree to teach.
8. What was one of the side effects of being young again for grandpa?
not being able to sleep
9. What does Ellie see grandpa doing at the dance?
10. What did Ellie say would happen if everyone returned to being young?
No one would take care of the babies.
There would be no one to be the grown-up.
There would be no one to teach school.
There would be full-time partying.
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