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Draper, Sharon M.
AR Quiz No. 136421 EN

Despite her cerebral palsy, which limits her ability to walk and speak, Melody refuses to be defined by her disability. She repeatedly proves her intelligence, outsmarting the adults who try to diagnose her and surpassing her classmates who dismiss her as intellectually disabled.

ATOS Book Level:4.3
Interest Level:Middle Grades (MG 4-8)
AR Points:8.0
Word Count:56872
Topic – Subtopic:Award Winners-NAACP Outstanding Literary Work; Medical Conditions-Misc./Other; Medical Conditions-Speech Impairment;

Quiz Answers

Why had Melody once thrown a tantrum in a superstore
She was unable to tell her mother about the dangerous blocks on the shelf

Mrs. V made it her mission to give Melody language after
They watched a documentary about Stephen King

What did Melody want that she could not communicate to her dad
A Big Mac and shake

Mrs. V said it was a great idea for Melody to invite Rose to go to
The aquarium

What was the first thing Melody had her meditalker say
Thanks Mrs. V

What did Mr. Dimming say after the practice round for the Whiz Kids team
The question must not been difficult enough if Melody had won it

At the tv studio what did a man named Paul tell melody
He often built stuff for his son, who was in a wheelchair

What did Claire tell Mrs. Ochoa, the reporter from Channel 6 news
She talked to Melody all the time, and they ate lunch together every day

When Melody and her family arrived at the airport, what did they discover
Her flight was canceled, and her teammates had taken an earlier flight

After the team returned from Washington DC, Rose said that she had
Not called Melody from the airport after Mr. Dimming asked her to


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