The Puzzling World of Winston Breen Book Quiz
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1) This book’s genre can best be described as . . .
2) Which of the following is NOT true about Mrs. Lewis?
She gets angry when Winston first asks her about the puzzle pieces
Walter Fredericks is her father
She is the school librarian
Ray Marietta is her friend
3) Which best describes the relationship between Glowacka and North at the beginning of this book?
They work together to run a scam on Livia and Winston
They are competitive and don’t trust each other
They have never met or heard of each other
Glowacka pities North; North envies Glowacka
4) Brenda is . . .
A police officer
5) The treasure they are hunting is . . .
A million dollars
A collection of priceless historical scrolls
A ring from the Prince of Jordan
A jeweled scepter
6) Which best describes Winston’s feelings about puzzles?
I am the greatest puzzle solver of all time
I hate puzzles, I just happen to be good at solving them
I don’t mind helping people solve their puzzles
I see puzzles everywhere, and I love solving them
7) The treasure turns out to be . . .
In a safe at the pizza parlor
In the Fredericks mansion
None of these
8) Which of the following is NOT true about Katie?
She wants to be the one to solve the treasure puzzle
She and Winston agree about almost everything
Her parents make Winston promise to watch her carefully during the treasure hunt
If they find the treasure, she plans to share half of it with Winston
9) Jake and Mal are . . .
Mr. Fredericks' sons
10) Which of the following is NOT included in this book?
The code name for the treasure
Chapter titles formatted like parts of a crossword puzzle
A pizza toppings puzzle
A baseball uniform puzzle
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