Library Blog Quiz: Picture Books

Posted: June 24, 2011 in Competitions

We have been having a lovely time reading all the picture books made by Year 7 and 8 students today.  Particular favourites include ‘Captain Chicken Saves the Day’ and ‘How to be a Rebel’.  These colourful and tasty literary snippets have inspired us so much that we have decided to make this week’s quiz all about picture books!

How to enter:  Fill in the form at the bottom of this post with your name, email address and the correct answers to all ten questions.  Entries which answer all questions correctly will go into the draw to win a book voucher from our literary friends at Readings book shop.  This competition will close at 10am on Friday July 1st, and winners will be announced on the blog later that day.  You must be a Uni High student to enter this competition.  Good luck!

Quiz questions:

1.  In Eric Carle’s story, what creature is very hungry?

2.  Julia Donaldson created a strange creature with “terrible tusks and terrible claws, and terrible teeth in his terrible jaws”. What name did she give him?

3.  What is the name of the little boy in Where the Wild Things Are?

4.  In the classic Australian picture book John Brown, Rose, and the Midnight Cat, what sort of animal is John Brown?

5.  Who is the author of Speak Chinese, Fang Fang?

6.  In Graeme Base’s Animalia, where are the lazy lions lounging?

7.  In the books by Arnold Lobel, which two creatures are friends?

8.  In Revolting Rhymes by Roald Dahl, which character “whips a pistol from her knickers”?

9.  In the Where’s Wally books, what is the name of Wally’s female friend?

10.   Which dog is the creation of author Eric Hill?

COMPETITION CLOSED!  SEE ABOVE FOR WINNERS!

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