Chapter 6 Quiz
What does Frankie do to stop the werehyenas?
She hits them with Maya’s staff
She makes a force field
She scares them away with a whistle
She shines a flashlight in their eyes
How did the werehyenas come to North America?
They hitched a ride on a ship
They snuck onto a cargo plane
They pretended to be regular hyenas headed for a zoo
They used magic to teleport themselves
Frankie thinks there was something funky in the vanilla pudding at school that is making them hallucinate. Why does Maya think she’s wrong?
She doesn’t eat the vanilla pudding at school
She could smell the werehyenas, so she knows they are real
She doesn’t believe that they both could hallucinate the same thing
She ate the vanilla pudding, and it tasted fine to her
What do Frankie and Maya learn the werehyenas can do?
They can make themselves invisible
They can shapeshift
They can break through Frankie’s force field
They can talk
Maya and Frankie argue about the best way to fight the werehyenas. Maya thinks they should split up, but Frankie has another idea. What does she suggest?
She suggests they stick together
She wants Maya to get help
She comes up with a plan to trick the werehyenas
She thinks they should throw rocks at the werehyenas to scare them away
Frankie apologizes to Maya right before the werehyenas attack. Why does she apologize?
The first force field Frankie made to keep the werehyenas away fails
She drops the flashlight, and it breaks
She loses Maya’s staff
She provokes the werehyenas, and that’s why they attack
What does the leader of the werehyena pack call Maya and Frankie?
What color are the werehyenas eyes?
After Maya ducks to avoid the werehyenas’ attack, what happens to her?
She hurts her leg
She gets dizzy
She hits her head
She can’t find Frankie
How does Frankie stop the werehyenas from attacking them?
She shoots blasts of energy out of her hands to scare them away
She punches the leader in the snout
She uses the force field to stop them
She throws rocks at them
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