76 pages 2 hours read

Jason Reynolds

As Brave As You

Fiction | Novel | Middle Grade | Published in 2016

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Multiple Choice

1. What is one important way that Genie changes during this story?

A) He learns that it is important to defend people who cannot defend themselves.

B) He becomes more willing to listen to other people’s ideas and opinions.

C) He learns that even the people he admires have weaknesses.

D) He becomes more aware of the dangers in the world around him.

2. What is one consequence of Ernie’s being away from his grandparents’ house so often during the day?

A) He does not get to spend as much time with Tess as he would like to.

B) He has little time to get to know his new community.

C) He does not become as close to Brooke as Genie does.

D) He has a lot of trouble adjusting to being out in the country.

3. Which emotion does Brooke most clearly struggle with during this story?

A) Jealousy

B) Guilt

C) Suspicion

D) Homesickness

4. What does Genie’s behavior toward his grandfather demonstrate about Genie’s character?

A) He is nervous and easily upset.

B) He is impulsive and daring.

C) He is silly and mischievous.

D) He is empathetic and caring.

5. What do Crab and Binks have in common?

A) They are both unusual people.