18. Why was Greg afraid of doing badly in math?
He was afraid of doing badly in math because he knew his father wouldn 't let him play (in the community) basketball (team).
For the answer: Greg was afraid of his father - deduct 20%
19. Why did Greg go into the abandoned building?
(i) He needed to get out of the rain.
(ii) He was looking for Lemon Brown.
(iii) He wanted to play checkers.
(iv) He was running away from the thugs.
ANSWER: (i) He needed to get out of the rain.
20. How did Greg help Lemon Brown?
(i) He made a strange noise to chase away the thugs.
(ii) He organized Lemon 's old newspaper articles.
(iii) He found a safe place to hide the treasure.
(iv) He fixed up the room so the rain wouldn 't come in.
ANSWER: (i) He made a strange noise to chase away the thugs.
21. a. When Greg asks Lemon Brown whether he thinks his treasure is worth fighting for, Lemon Brown says: "What else a man got 'cepting what he can pass on to his son, or his daughter ...".
How does this quote explain the meaning of Lemon Brown 's treasure?
Thinking skill I chose: ..............................................................................
Possible thinking skills: Inferring / Explaining cause and effect / Comparing and contrasting
Any other thinking skills are acceptable as long as they are supported by the text and can be explained in question 21b.
Possible information that would be adapted according to the thinking skill chosen:
Lemon Brown 's treasure is not an ordinary treasure, something worth a lot of money. It is what he gave to his son, Jesse, and what he got from him - a few old newspaper clippings about when he was a blues singer and harmonica player and an old harmonica. Jesse took the clippings and harmonica with him to war to remind him of his father. Lemon Brown got Jesse 's belongings after Jesse was killed in the war and he learned that his son