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Amelia Fang and the Bookworm Gang

Question 1 of 5

Which of these did Countess Frivoleeta do when Amelia was in the kitchen?

She offered to help Amelia with her story, but Amelia wanted to do it alone.

She gave Amelia a 'lucky' writing pen, saying it gave wonderful story ideas.

She forbade Amelia from going into the Fang Mansion library.

She told a lengthy, boring story to Amelia, hoping to inspire her.


Question 2 of 5

What did the friends realise when they first arrived at the library?

The library was blocked off with a ribbon and seemed to be closed.

All the library books were missing, having been moved off the shelves.

The door to the library was covered in gooey slime.

A bookworm was waiting for them outside the door.


Question 3 of 5

Amelia first went into the library and saw the bookworms when ---.

she heard someone saying a line from her favourite book

they knocked over a bookshelf, then called for help

she saw that the door to the library was partially opened

she wanted to speak to them to get an idea for her story


Question 4 of 5

What did Amelia learn about the bookworms that lead to her brilliant idea?

They didn't know how to read.

They couldn't leave as their home had been destroyed.

They had read every book ever written in Nocturnia.

Their bellies hurt from eating books.


Question 5 of 5

Amelia finally got the idea for her story when ---.

Penelope suggested that she write about her friends

Countess Frivoleeta told her to let her imagination loose

she had a dream about friends and the bookworms

Pod showed her a book about pumpkins that inspired her


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Amelia Fang and the Bookworm Gang
by Laura Ellen Anderson

Quiz: 237737 EN     Level: 4.4 LY
Points: 1

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