Have an account?
Why doesn't Marty want David to play at his house in this chapter?
He just wants to be alone after the night before.
David and he are not very good friends.
David smells bad.
Shiloh is on the hill and Marty doesn't want David to find him.
What do David and Marty do when David comes to the house?
Play with a kite
Play with Shiloh
How does Marty threaten David after David finds the pen?
He says if David tells anyone, they will no longer be friends.
He says if David tells anyone, he hopes Jesus will strike him blind.
He says if David tells anyone, he will fight David.
He says if David tells anyone, he will tell Judd that David stole Shiloh.
How does Marty's attitude change after he fills David in about Shiloh.
He relaxes and actually likes having David help with cleaning Shiloh's pen.
He cries and runs back to the house.
He stays angry at David for finding the pen.
He runs to tell his Mom that David lied.
What do you think the author means by "a secret is just too big for a little kid?"
Little kids don't understand secrets because they aren't smart.
Little kids can't keep secrets because they get too excited about them.
Little kids don't fit secrets so they can't wear them.
How does Ma's attitude change from the beginning of the chapter to the end?
She was happy in the beginning of the chapter but angry at the end.
She was frustrated with Marty and in trouble with Pa in the beginning, but once Shiloh comes home she is happy again.
She was happy in the beginning of the chapter after Shiloh was dropped off at Doc Murphy's, but sad when Shiloh returned.
She was happy.