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1 MAGIC TREE HOUSE BOOK CLUB BOOK #2 KNIGHTS AT DAWN CHAPTER REVIEW QUESTIONS Chapter 1 "The Dark Woods" Pages Why was Jack having trouble sleeping? 2. Sequence the following events in the correct order by putting the correct number in front of each item. The tree house returned to the present time. After exploring the land of the dinosaurs, Jack returned to the tree house, looked at the book of Frog Creek, and wished to be back home. Jack and his sister found a tree house in the woods. Jack looked through a book about dinosaurs and made a wish to see the dinosaurs. After climbing into the tree house Jack discovered the tree house was full of books. The tree house went back into time. 3. Which of the following was not in Jack's notebook? a. rode on the back of the Pteranodon b. went to the time of the dinosaurs c. made a wish d. came home to Frog Creek 4. What did Annie want Jack to add to his list in the notebook? 5. What is a medallion? 6. Why did Jack not want to return to the tree house? 7. Why did Jack and Annie need to be quiet as they got ready to go back to the tree house? 8. Another title for this chapter could be: a. Making a Wish

2 b. The Pteranodon of Frog Creek c. The Return to the Tree House d. The Gold Medallion Chapter 2 "Leaving Again" Pages What time of day was it when the children reached the tree house? 2. Annie found a book about. 3. Describe what happened when Annie made a wish. 4. The wind. The leaves. The tree house started to. 5. What did Jack and Annie see out the window when the tree house landed? 6. What did Jack want to do when he realized he and his sister had traveled back into time? 7. What did Jack do when Annie started to leave the tree house? 8. The main idea of this chapter is: a. Annie is a brave girl. b. Jack and Annie went back to the time of the knights and castles. c. The tree house was full of books. d. Jack and Annie live in Pennsylvania. Chapter 3 "Across the Bridge" Pages What did Annie see when she looked around outside of the tree house? 2. What did Jack read about the knight? 3. The helmet weighed pounds. 4. What did Jack do with his notebook?

3 5. Describe the bridge. 6. What did some people believe was kept in the moat? 7. made a loud shrieking sound. 8. Why did the people keep hawks? 9. What did Annie want to do instead of looking at the book? 10. The people were eating at the feast. Chapter 4 "Into the Castle" Pages Why did Jack say he was going to kill Annie? 2. What did someone say to Jack as he crossed the bridge? 3. What did Jack do when the guard wanted him to stop? 4. What did Annie want to do after she was inside the castle? 5. Describe the inside of the castle. 6. What kind of entertainment was going on at the feast? 7. How did the people eat? 8. What did Jack and Annie do when someone spotted them inside the castle? 9. How is the entertainment at the feast different from parties you have been to?

4 Chapter 5 "Trapped" Pages Where did Jack and Annie run to? 2. Name some weapons the knights used. 3. How did wearing the helmet feel to Jack? 4. What happened to Jack when he tried to get the helmet off? 5. What would you do if you were in Jack's place? 6. Why do you think Jack put on the helmet? Chapter 6 "Ta-da!" Pages What does "Who art thou?" mean? 2. Where did the guards take Jack and Annie? 3. What did Annie keep saying that made Jack mutter, "Oh, brother!"? 4. How did the guards feel about being called names? 5. Describe the dungeon.

5 6. What did Annie do to frighten the guards? 7. How did the trick Annie tried work? 8. Tell another trick Annie might have used to get away from the dungeon. Chapter 7 "A Secret Passage" Pages How did Annie and Jack know they were being followed? 2. Where did Jack and Annie hide? 3. How did Jack know where he was? 4. What was in the sacks and barrels? 5. Explain in detail how the children got out of the storeroom. 6. Describe traveling in the tree house. 7. Why was Annie unsure of where they were going? 1. Where did Jack land? 2. Why was Jack too heavy to stay afloat? Chapter 8 "The Knight" Pages 50-55

6 3. What did Annie do to help Jack in the moat? 4. Jack thought a was behind him when he heard a splash. 5. Why could Annie and Jack not see the castle, drawbridge, windmill, hawk house, or the tree house? 6. What happened to the flashlight? 7. Jack and Annie saw in the moonlight. 8. Describe the knight. 9. How would you feel if you were in Jack and Annie's place? Chapter 9 "Under the Moon" Pages What did the knight do to help Jack and Annie? 2. What did riding on the horse with the knight feel like to Jack? 3. Where did the knight take the children? 4. Where did the knight go? 5. How did Jack and Annie feel after reaching the tree house? Chapter 10 "One Mystery Solved" Pages 62 66

7 1. What time of day did the children return to Pennsylvania? 2. The house felt so different from the castle, so and and. 3. What did Jack find when he took out his notebook? 4. Why was the notebook wet? 5. What was on the bookmark? 6. What did Jack think about the medallion and the bookmark? 7. What place and time would you like to visit if you were in the tree house? 8. Sequence these events from the story by putting numbers in the blanks to show the correct order. The children escape by using the flashlight as a magic wand. The children explore the castle and saw a feast taking place. Jack and Annie fall into the moat. Jack and Annie travel to the Middle Ages. The knight gives Jack and Annie a ride back to the tree house. Jack uses the castle book to figure out how to get out of the castle. Jack and Annie return to present day Pennsylvania. Jack and Annie return to the tree house the day after visiting the time of the dinosaurs. Jack and Annie hide in the armory. Annie finds a book about castles and makes a wish to see a knight. Three men take Jack and Annie to the dungeon.

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