Describe the brave deed which is carried out by David in chapter 4.
Why did the man try and drown the puppy?
What is a 'queen cat' and why would people not want to keep them?
Which three incidents prove that David has a caring and responsible side?
Which incidents prove that David can also be defiant, disobedient and dishonest?
What does a boy do to David after a stone accidentally hits him and what happens to David afterwards and who intervenes?
What does David refuse to do (regarding Dadda)