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Molly's Surprise

story questions Chapt. 1

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Who wrote a letter to Mr. McIntire? Molly
Why did Jill tell Molly she shouldn't write about the presents she hopes to get from her dad? Because her dad may feel sad if he didn't send any or he may feel sad that she didn't receive them in time for Christmas.
What was Jill doing when Molly was writing to Dad? knitting
What does Brad hope to get for Christmas? soldier's hat and a real canteen
Why does Jill feel sorry for Brad? Because she thinks his Christmas will be spoiled because he won't get the things he wants.Jill thinks they will only get practical things or hand-me downs.
When Jill says it's childish to expect surprises for Christmas, what does Molly say? Molly says Dad says there are always surprises.
What does Molly want for Christmas? A doll
Why does Jill say everyone has to be realistic? Since it is wartime and money is tight, one can't expect surprises. They will probably get only things they need.
Mrs. McIntire told Molly things will be different. If surprises don't come from Molly's dad then they... will have to come up with their own surprises
What is Molly's wish before she goes to bed? Molly hopes her dad's presents come and she hopes there will be lots of wonderful surprises this Christmas.
Created by: lcherf
 

 



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