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Matilda

Matilda

  

by Roald Dahl

Matilda: Extra, Extra (Ordinary): Read All About It Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Matilda? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. How many miracles does Matilda perform?


One
Two
Three
Forty
Q. Whom does Matilda tell about her special ability?


Miss Honey
Lavender
Nobody
Everybody
Q. What is the most likely explanation for Matilda's powers going away?


She turned six.
She's being challenged at school.
The Trunchbull is no longer a threat.
Um, they were imaginary the whole time.
Q. Who is the first person to realize Matilda is extraordinary (not counting the narrator)?


Mrs. Phelps
Mr. Trilby
The Trunchbull
Miss Honey
Q. What does Matilda say is a requirement for children's books?


They should be more "imaginative"
They should always have "funny bits"
They should always have "adventure"
They should be more "appropriate"
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