What was the setting of the story?
United States during WWII
Germany during WWII
Korinna was the protagonist of the story.
The antagonist of the story was Hitler and the Hitler party.
How were Korinna's and her parents' feelings different about what was happening in Germany?
They weren't, their feelings were the same.
Korinna was for Hitler and the Hitler party and her parents were against it.
Korinna's parents were supportive of Hitler and his cause and Korinna was not.
Which example would be considered "un-German" by the Nazi party?
"My parents are the enemy."
"There is a kitty in my room."
Give two details about the Sophie and Rachel.
They were both scared and hungry.
Sophie was a little girl and she loved to color. Rachel was her mom and she was brave.
Sophie and Rachel hid in the Rheme's wall.
At Jungmädel meetings, the girls sit around and have tea and cookies.
How did Korinna's feelings change toward Sophie and Rachel?
They went from angry and upset to feeling sorry for them and caring about them.
They went from angry and upset to more angry and upset.
They went from happy to upset.
Frau Rehme prepared food differently for the Krugmann's as a sign of respect and to show she cared for them.
The climax of the story is....
When the Gestapo search the Rehme's house for the first time
When the Gestapo search the Rehme's house for the second time
When the Gestapo find the secret room behind the dresser
When Eva warns Korinna that the Gestapo are coming to search her house.
The resolution of the story was....
A cliff hanger---we learn that they packed their things and left their house.
they were sent to a work camp
They were reunited with the Krugmann's and they all lived happily ever after.
One event of the rising action is when the Rehme's pack their things and leave their house.
One event in the falling action is when Eva warns Korinna that the Gestapo are coming to search her house.
Why was Hans beating Herr Haase?
Because he was a Jew.
Because he stole bread.
Because he could.
Because his friends told him to.
What surprise did Korinna's dad have for her?
a kitten because he wanted to show her that he loves her
a dog because they are better animals
Eva’s comments about reporting people for being un-German upset Korinna because her family was hiding Jews.
Korinna felt furious after listening to the Führer speak on the radio?
What is her mother’s reaction to the speech?
she was upset
she was happier than Korinna
Korinna finds Jews when she moves her wardrobe while looking for mice?
What had happened to Fraulein Meiser, Korinna’s favorite teacher?
She was arrested for being Jewish.
She was arrested for being German.
Frau and Herr Rehme do not believe in the propaganda Korinna is taught at school and her Jungmädel meetings, but they let her attend them. Why?
They let her attend so people won't be suspicious of their family.
They let her attend because Korinna is free to believe what she chooses.
What tasks does Frau Rehme have to do for the Krugmanns and why does this upset Korinna?
Clean for them
Cook for them
Rachel spends her time when she has to stay hidden playing with Tag and coloring.
Kornis is reluctant to go to school because she is scared someone might find out her parents are hiding Jews.
Korinna begins to feel sorry for Rachel. How does she show this?
Korinna doesn't really feel sorry for Rachel at all. She doesn't care.
Korinna let's Rachel play with Tag and lets her color.
Korinna was happy that the lead of the Jungmadel slapped her.
Rita tells Korinna’s mother about the slap, but Korinna is surprised at her mother’s reaction.
What gift does Korinna give Rachel?
Her cat Tag
Colored pencil and paper
Rachel calls the kitten Tag because it means Day.
Rita says that any friends of the Reinke family will probably be under suspicion because the Reinke's were a Jewish family.
What surprise does Herr Rehme bring for Sophie and Rachel?
Rachel's new puppy
Korinna is being ignored by her classmates, but Eva whispers a warning to her.
What is this warning?
that she was Jewish
that her house was going to be searched
that everyone told her she could no longer talk to Korinna
The Krugmann family was still at the house by the time Korinna returned home from school after Eva had warned her about the Gestapo.
The Gestapo find the hidden room but what has Korinna done to allay their
She decorated the room with her books so she could have a reading nook.
She decorated the room with her Hitler posters and books as a secret meeting room.
She didn't change the room at all.
Hans believed Korinna's story about the hidden room.
Korinna loved her country and her parents, but she had come to see that
something was more important than love. What was this?