I Lived on Butterfly Hill by Marjorie Agosin
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What did Celeste put outside, just below her bedroom window?
an invisible garden for her dolls
an orange, plastic birdbath
a tiny swing for playful fairies
a tent to sleep in on warm summer nights
Celeste became shocked and confused when she saw---
schoolchildren throwing bricks at one of their teachers
soldiers burning a tall pile of books in the plaza
airplanes dropping bombs onto the ships in the harbor
police firing tear gas into a crowded market
After the invasion, what did the pendulum predict to Cristobal?
The General was going to use Celeste's house for his headquarters.
The homes on Butterfly Hill were going to burn to the ground.
Abuela Frida was going to be arrested for treason.
The soldiers were going to kill the president in Santiago.
When she first arrived at her aunt's house, Celeste was greeted by---
a family of wild turkeys
a smiling snowman
the sharp cracking of a thunderstorm
a twelve-foot-tall Christmas tree
What did Miss Rose have Celeste do for an hour every Friday?
sit in on a third-grade reading class
cook some authentic Chilean food
teach Spanish to her classmates
memorize words from a Spanish-English dictionary
Celeste became nervous at the dinner party for her friends when she---
read the first poem she had ever written in English
used Cristobal's pendulum to tell their fotrunes
sang a German song Abuela Frida had taught her
showed them her painting of the house on Butterfly Hill
What did Tia Graciela learn just before telling Celeste they could go home?
Nana Delfina was deathly ill.
The General had passed away.
"Subversive" rebels had retaken the country.
Her parents had returned home.
With Fergus's help, where did Celeste finally find her father?
inside the dungeon of an abandoned fort
on the deck of an ancient whaling ship
at the back of a deep cavern carved out by the sea
behind a huge stack of palm-tree trunks
As a special project, Nana Delfina asked Celeste to ---
paint the house from top to bottom
organize a community garden
carry messages for a group of subversives
teach her to read and write
How did Celeste respond to the president after she won the scholarship?
by declaring that all Chilean students deserved a free college education
by offering to use half the money to help build a new school
by asking the president to award the scholarship to an impoverished student
by asking permission to use the money to start a free traveling library
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