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AR Quiz No. 13613 EN
The timeless tale “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens follows Ebenezer Scrooge, who is visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future, prompting him to reflect on his life and discover the emptiness in his heart. On the other hand, “The Cricket on the Hearth” by Charles Dickens is a beloved fairy tale that emphasizes the importance of honesty and truth and brings a sense of wealth and love to a home.
|ATOS Book Level:||9.5|
|Interest Level:||Middle Grades (MG 4-8)|
|Topic – Subtopic:||Adventure-Life Changes; Classics-Classics; Holidays-Christmas; Mysteries-Hauntings/Ghosts;|
Tackleton considered himself “in the same boat” as John because he was…
going to marry a young and pretty wife
When talking with his blind daughter, Caleb described Tackelton as…
an eccentric humourist who cloaked all favors with a show of roughness
After spending the night thinking of his wife’s actions, John said….
she was innocent, and he planned to set her free to go with her parents
Who was the Deaf Man in the cart?
Caleb’s son Edward, who returned and married May
Why had Charley decided to leave Fleet-street?
He discovered his fiancee preferred his bosom friend.
How did Cobbs deceive Harry and Norah when sending for Harry’s father?
By suggesting they wait until a pony was free for their trip to Gretna Green