The Watsons Go to Birmingham—1963
by Christopher Paul Curtis
The Watsons Go to Birmingham—1963: Quotes (What Was Said) Quiz
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Q. Who said, "My fambly, my beautiful, beautiful fambly"?
Q. "Byron, why won't you behave? Why won't you think about what's going to happen to you when you do something wrong? Why do you always do stuff to get people mad at you?" Who says this?
Q. "I can't believe it. You really gonna start serving welfare food in this house?" Who says this?
Q. "I didn't think you was like all them other people. I thought you was different." What does this quote refer to?
Rufus thought Kenny was rich, not poor like the other kids.
Kenny thought Rufus wouldn't pick on him like the other kids.
Joey thought Kenny was nice, not mean like the other kids.
Rufus thought Kenny was a good friend, not a bully like the other kids.
Q. "Give my regards to Clark, Poindexter." What does this quote mean?
Byron is wants this kid named Poindexter to say hi to this other kid named Clark.
Byron is too sick to go to school.
Byron is cutting school.
Byron is just teasing Kenny, but Kenny doesn't really know what he means.