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By Mark Twain, Alan Munro, Trout Lake Media

ISBN-10: 1562542508

ISBN-13: 9781562542504

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It reminded Huck of Jim. d. Tom might be on that boat. 3. Why was Tom Sawyer’s face “white and scared-looking”? a. He thought Huck’s ghost was haunting him. c. The boat trip had made him seasick. b. He was so happy to see Huck again. d. Uncle Silas had not come to fetch him. 4. What did Huck and Tom tell the Phelps family? a. They complained about being sent to bed. c. They said that Tom was his brother, Sid. b. They said that Aunt Polly was coming soon. d. They asked to go into town that night.

1. What was strange about the greeting Huck got at the Phelps place? a. Huck didn’t expect the hounds to bark. c. Aunt Sally was smiling all over. b. Mrs. Phelps thought he was Tom Sawyer. d. Huck had missed Uncle Silas on the road. 2. Why did the sound of a steamboat suddenly make Huck worried? a. The steamboat could explode. c. He wanted to stay with Aunt Sally. b. It reminded Huck of Jim. d. Tom might be on that boat. 3. Why was Tom Sawyer’s face “white and scared-looking”? a. He thought Huck’s ghost was haunting him.

B. Huck’s face was very pale. d. Jim saw ghosts all around him. 4. Huck told the woman in the shack a. that he and Jim were running away. c. that a reward was out for him and Pap. b. never to touch a snakeskin. d. that he ran away from a mean old farmer. 5. When Huck told the slave-catchers his family was sick a. they insisted on coming aboard to see for themselves. c. they gave him two $20 gold pieces. b. they knew he was telling a lie. d. they asked which way Jim went. 6. In a free state Jim could save money to a.

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