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1 Reading Counts Quiz Teacher: Amy Kendall Student: Book: Bud, Not Buddy 1. Bud wanted to escape from the man in the car when Bud saw A. a box of blood on the front seat. B. door handles missing on the inside. C. another child crying in the backseat. D. a bloody knife on the driver's floor. 2. The picture Miss Thomas gave Bud was very special because A. it was the last picture taken before his mother died. B. there was a place to put a picture of himself. C. both of his parents were in the picture. D. the eyes seemed always to be looking at him. 3. Bud had a hard time eating breakfast at the Sleets' because A. he was not used to talking during mealtime. B. his mother had never fixed breakfast. C. the food did not taste very good. D. everyone was grabbing the food. 4. When Bud showed Mr. Calloway the rocks with the writing on them, Mr. Calloway thought that A. they should be thrown out. B. some letters had worn off. C. Bud stole them from him. D. Bud had written on them. 5. Bud's mother made it clear that Bud was not to be called Buddy because A. Bud was a family name. B. kids might make fun of him. C. Buddy was a dog's name. D. he was named after his father. 6. When Bud, a man pretended to be his father and let him join his family. A. was too late for breakfast at the mission B. was found by the police after running away C. was afraid to join the people in the woods D. was not old enough to ride the train alone Printed by: Amy Kendall Page 1 of 5 Printed on: 01/14/14

2 Reading Counts Quiz (Page 2) 7. The band nicknamed Bud "Sleepy LaBone" because A. he slept late and was thin. B. he slept with his legs curled under. C. he always fell asleep after eating. D. he hid food under his bed. 8. Because Bud was worried about the two little doors in his room, he A. moved the furniture in front of them. B. asked to sleep in another bedroom. C. slept under his bed all night. D. tied the handles with suitcase twine. 9. Bud discovered that Miss Hill no longer worked at the library because A. the city could not afford to pay her wages. B. she had married and moved out of the state. C. her father asked her to work for him. D. a fire had burned the building down. 10. Mrs. Sleet felt sorry for Bud because A. he was thin and his clothes were ragged. B. he did not have any money to pay for his meals. C. he had been injured in an automobile accident. D. he needed a haircut and a hot bath. 11. The players told Bud that Mr. Calloway always kept a white man in the band because A. they wanted to learn his style of music. B. it was safer when traveling out-of-state. C. the audience liked the unusual sound. D. no one would hire an all-negro band. 12. The people of Hooverville would give Bud and Bugs food if they A. found food for them. B. paid them for the meal. C. cleaned up after dinner. D. chopped wood for the fire. 13. Bud first had the idea that Herman E. Calloway was his father from A. a letter he found in his mother's dresser. B. the phone call he overheard at the cabin. C. looking at the flyers he had in his suitcase. D. seeing the initials "H.C." on his suitcase. Printed by: Amy Kendall Page 2 of 5 Printed on: 01/14/14

3 Reading Counts Quiz (Page 3) 14. What did Deza Malone and Bud do that was new to Bud? A. They swam in the river. B. They played games with cards. C. They kissed while doing the dishes. D. They ate wild rabbit. 15. When Bud went upstairs to his room to retrieve the picture of his mother, he was surprised A. to learn that Miss Thomas was his aunt. B. to see his suitcase opened on the bed. C. to find Herman E. Calloway crying. D. to discover that his picture was missing. 16. Bud realized that he no longer had to carry around the things in his suitcase because A. he finally found a home that was safe for him. B. he could throw away everything he had in it. C. he would remember his mother without them. D. he had solved the mystery about his sister. 17. Before leaving the Amoses, Bud felt it was important so that he wouldn't become hurt. A. to put his toys away B. to sweep the glass C. to shovel the snow D. to hide the shotgun 18. Mrs. Amos wanted Bud to sleep in the shed because A. her son had hurt Bud. B. Bud had hit her son. C. Bud acted like a dog. D. she was testing Bud. 19. Bud missed the train he was chasing because A. a man pushed him down from behind. B. a policeman grabbed him by his collar. C. he twisted his ankle and could not run. D. he slowed down to save the blue flyer. 20. Bud told Steady Eddie that he did not cry at Thug's teasing because A. he was taught to be tough. B. the jokes were not mean. C. his eyes just would not cry. D. everything Thug said was true. Printed by: Amy Kendall Page 3 of 5 Printed on: 01/14/14

4 Reading Counts Quiz (Page 4) 21. How did Bugs and Bud become brothers? A. They made a blood pact together. B. They joined a family traveling south. C. They swapped spit in a handshake. D. They were adopted by the Amoses. 22. Steady Eddie asked Bud if he was attached to his suitcase because A. one of the band members had left it behind. B. he wanted to replace it with an old saxophone case. C. there was no room for it in the car. D. it had been borrowed and needed to be returned. 23. Miss Thomas told Bud that his grandfather never visited them because A. he never visited anybody without an invitation. B. he thought his daughter had died in an accident. C. he was afraid they would still be angry with him. D. he did not know where his daughter was living. 24. When she was a child, Bud's mother A. missed school most of the time. B. had to wear her brother's old clothes. C. had her picture taken in a dirty cowboy hat. D. worked to make extra money. 25. Just outside of Owasso, a man talked Bud into leaving the bushes by A. giving him money. B. offering him food. C. calling the police. D. threatening him. 26. Bud learned that Mr. Calloway collected stones on every trip as A. souvenirs from the players. B. presents for his daughter. C. reminders of his success. D. additions to his rock garden. 27. Thug wanted to nickname Bud "Waterworks Willie" because A. he drank a lot of water before long trips. B. he could not stop crying at the restaurant. C. he liked to swim during the day and night. D. he always had to stop to use the bathroom. Printed by: Amy Kendall Page 4 of 5 Printed on: 01/14/14

5 Reading Counts Quiz (Page 5) 28. Bud was shocked to learn that Mr. Calloway A. wanted him in the band. B. knew about Miss Hill. C. had a wife in Grand Rapids. D. was his grandfather. 29. When Bud and Jerry were told they were going to be placed in new foster homes, Jerry was upset because A. he was separated from his brothers. B. he had hoped to stay at the Home. C. he was going to live with three girls. D. he wanted to move in with his father. 30. Lefty Lewis was stopped by the police because A. the police were looking for unlicensed drivers. B. the police were looking for labor organizers. C. the police were searching for a runaway girl. D. the police were searching for drug smugglers. Printed by: Amy Kendall Page 5 of 5 Printed on: 01/14/14

6 Reading Counts Quiz Teacher: Amy Kendall Book: Bud, Not Buddy 1. Bud wanted to escape from the man in the car when Bud saw A. a box of blood on the front seat. 2. The picture Miss Thomas gave Bud was very special because D. the eyes seemed always to be looking at him. 3. Bud had a hard time eating breakfast at the Sleets' because A. he was not used to talking during mealtime. 4. When Bud showed Mr. Calloway the rocks with the writing on them, Mr. Calloway thought that C. Bud stole them from him. 5. Bud's mother made it clear that Bud was not to be called Buddy because C. Buddy was a dog's name. 6. When Bud, a man pretended to be his father and let him join his family. A. was too late for breakfast at the mission 7. The band nicknamed Bud "Sleepy LaBone" because A. he slept late and was thin. 8. Because Bud was worried about the two little doors in his room, he A. moved the furniture in front of them. 9. Bud discovered that Miss Hill no longer worked at the library because B. she had married and moved out of the state. 10. Mrs. Sleet felt sorry for Bud because A. he was thin and his clothes were ragged. 11. The players told Bud that Mr. Calloway always kept a white man in the band because D. no one would hire an all-negro band. Printed by: Amy Kendall Page 1 of 3 Printed on: 01/14/14

7 Reading Counts Quiz (Page 2) 12. The people of Hooverville would give Bud and Bugs food if they C. cleaned up after dinner. 13. Bud first had the idea that Herman E. Calloway was his father from C. looking at the flyers he had in his suitcase. 14. What did Deza Malone and Bud do that was new to Bud? C. They kissed while doing the dishes. 15. When Bud went upstairs to his room to retrieve the picture of his mother, he was surprised C. to find Herman E. Calloway crying. 16. Bud realized that he no longer had to carry around the things in his suitcase because C. he would remember his mother without them. 17. Before leaving the Amoses, Bud felt it was important so that he wouldn't become hurt. D. to hide the shotgun 18. Mrs. Amos wanted Bud to sleep in the shed because B. Bud had hit her son. 19. Bud missed the train he was chasing because D. he slowed down to save the blue flyer. 20. Bud told Steady Eddie that he did not cry at Thug's teasing because C. his eyes just would not cry. 21. How did Bugs and Bud become brothers? C. They swapped spit in a handshake. 22. Steady Eddie asked Bud if he was attached to his suitcase because B. he wanted to replace it with an old saxophone case. 23. Miss Thomas told Bud that his grandfather never visited them because D. he did not know where his daughter was living. Printed by: Amy Kendall Page 2 of 3 Printed on: 01/14/14

8 Reading Counts Quiz (Page 3) 24. When she was a child, Bud's mother C. had her picture taken in a dirty cowboy hat. 25. Just outside of Owasso, a man talked Bud into leaving the bushes by B. offering him food. 26. Bud learned that Mr. Calloway collected stones on every trip as B. presents for his daughter. 27. Thug wanted to nickname Bud "Waterworks Willie" because B. he could not stop crying at the restaurant. 28. Bud was shocked to learn that Mr. Calloway D. was his grandfather. 29. When Bud and Jerry were told they were going to be placed in new foster homes, Jerry was upset because C. he was going to live with three girls. 30. Lefty Lewis was stopped by the police because B. the police were looking for labor organizers. Printed by: Amy Kendall Page 3 of 3 Printed on: 01/14/14

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