A) why owls hoot
B) why mosquitos buzz in people's ears
C) why yams are so tasty
D) why iguanas always have sticks in their ears
A) Yams and mosquitoes are the same size.
B) There is no such thing as a yam.
C) Yams are always smaller than mosquitoes.
D) Mosquitoes are tiny compared to yams.
A) the mosquito is buzzing around in his ears
B) he is trying to be funny
C) the mosquito is talking too loudly and too fast
D) he doesn't want to hear what the mosquito is saying
A) how things taste
B) the different things animals smell
C) how the animals sound when they move
D) what the animals see
A) the python and the rabbit
B) King Lion and the owl
C) the mosquito and the iguana
D) the crow and the monkey
A) He asks the owlets.
B) He searches for the mosquito, who is hiding.
C) He brings the mosquito before the council.
D) He asks each animal what has happened?
A) can't hear with sticks in his ears
B) is in a hurry
C) is planning some mischief
D) is mad at the snake
A) story difficult to read
B) story longer
C) story easier to read
D) story fun to read
A) She still whines in people's ears.
B) She causes trouble on purpose.
C) She tries to do good for others.
D) She is very brave.
A) the sound of someone shouting
B) the sound of someone slapping at a mosquito
C) a word meaning "yes"
D) the sound of a mosquito buzzing
A) are humorous and have nonsense verses
B) are about real animals and are factual
C) are like a science textbook
D) have animal characters and explain about something in nature