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What was the author's purpose for writing this book?
to entertain readers with a collection of dog jokes
to inform readers about Stubby's role as a soldier and hero
to inform readers about the causes of World War I
to persuade readers to visit the Smithsonian Institution
What is the main idea of this story?
Stubby was active on the battlefield, running to any American who called for help.
Stubby's role as a mascot was confirmed in early 1918 by the regiment's new commander
Stubby's keen sense of smell helped him detect gas and warn the soldiers
Stubby was an amazing dog who distinguished himself from other canines by his actions during World War I
Conroy was a soldier in the 102nd Infantry Regiment, which was part of the _______________ Division, based in New England
What was the name of the ship that took Stubby and Private Conroy to the war?
Which of the following words means a person or animal that is a symbol of an organization?
What happened before Stubby was wounded on the battlefield?
He returned home in April 1919
He was snuck aboard the Minnesota
He was inducted into the American Legion
He met President Woodrow Wilson
What of Stubby's abilities helped him to warn soldiers to take cover from incoming artillery shells?
his sharp hearing
his keen sense of smell
his short tail
his charming nature
How does the map help the reader better understand Stubby's involvement in the war?
it compares Stubby's actions with those of other dogs.
It shows how close Stubby always was to the battlefront.
it describes the various jobs Stubby did during the war.
it shows how far Stubby had to travel to get to the war.
What effect did the use of poisonous gases in the war have on soldiers?
The decided to surrender to save themselves from the gas.
They abandoned the trenches and fought in the open.
They underwent drastic changes to their personalities and minds.
They suffered damage to exposed eyes, throats, and lungs.
Both the author and General John Pershing expressed the belief that ___________________
Stubby was a brave dog who deserved recognition
James Conroy probably named his dog Stubby because of the short tail.
Stubby lapped up all the attention he received.
James Conroy did an excellent job in training Stubby to be a soldier.
When did Germany surrender and end the war?
Which of the following was a war between the Allied Powers and the Central Powers?
World War I
War of the Roses
What did Stubby do to earn the rank of sergeant?
He saved several soldiers from a fire
He captured a German soldier all by himself.
He warned the regiment about a gas attack
He wore a special vest in the middle of heavy fighting
Where can you go to see Stubby on display as a war hero?
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Smithsonian Institution
Humane Society Headquarters
The Louvre in France