What is your first and last name?
How do Reena's friends react to the news that she is moving to Maine?
They think it's too cold there
They want to come too
They help her pack
They want to her address
What role does Zep play in helping Reena understand Zora?
He teaches her how to live on a farm.
He shows her how to take care of a cow.
He explains how animals interact on a farm.
He teachers her how to speak "cow."
What does Reena suggest to Mr. Colley that helps her family, Mr. Colley, and Mrs. Falala's animals?
Mr. Colley could buy Mrs. Falala's farm and Reena's family could live there.
Mr. Colley could sell his animals to Reena's family.
Reena's family could make him dinners.
Mr. Colley could tell them more about Zora.
Where did Ms.Falala play her flute?
on the porch
in the barn
in the attic upstairs
in the kitchen
Why was Zora always so upset?
She was lonely.
She was hungry.
She needed a better place to stay.
She wanted to move.
What was special about Luke's yellow notebook?
It had his drawings inside.
It held a map of the town.
It had notes on taking care of cows.
It held letters from his friends.
Why is the judge at the fair impressed with Reena and Zora?
He recognizes Zora as belonging to Mrs. Falala's line of champions.
Reena quickly regained control of Zora and has a good relationship with her.
He is impressed that Reena, who is small, can handle such a large cow.
He thinks Reena is good at coming up with answers on the spot.
What did Reena find hanging in the barn?
A grand champion ribbon.
A picture of Mr. Falala
A picture of the farm.
A letter from the mayor.
What did Mrs. Falala want Luke to teach her?
how to pick blueberries
how to navigate in the city
how to draw
how to sail
Why are Reena and Luke so upset that Zora might be sold for beef?
They are vegetarians and believe that eating beef is bad for people.
They love her and do not want anything bad to happen to her.
They have not had a chance to show her yet.
They think she is too young to die.
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