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Jason Reynolds

As Brave As You

Fiction | Novel | Middle Grade | Published in 2016

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Exam Answer Key

Multiple Choice

1. C (Various chapters)

2. C (Various chapters)

3. B (Various chapters)

4. D (Various chapters)

5. A (Various chapters)

6. B (Various chapters)

7. C (Various chapters)

8. A (Various chapters)

9. D (Various chapters)

10. B (Various chapters)

Long Answer

1. Similarly to his grandfather, Genie feels very guilty when his actions cause harm to others. What makes him different is that instead of withdrawing and feeling sorry for himself, he actively works to make up for the harm he has caused. (Various chapters)

2. Ernie and Genie learn that people are often more accepting than one might expect. This is proven when Tess does not reject Ernie because of his damaged teeth, and Brooke does not reject him because he does not want to participate in the shooting ritual. (Various chapters)

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