The Ultimate
The Magnolia Story
Book Quiz

Question 1 of 10

How late does Joanna say Chip was to their first date?

  • An hour and a half
  • An hour
  • Thirty minutes
  • He was perfectly on time

Question 2 of 10

What did Chip forget on his trip to the grocery store?

  • Their new baby
  • His wallet
  • Joanna
  • The grocery list

Question 3 of 10

Why is magnolia such a meaningful word for Chip and Joanna?

  • It's a tight bud until one day it bursts open, representing all they've accomplished together.
  • It's a rare flower, representing how Chip and Joanna see their relationship as rare and special.
  • It's Texas's state flower, and Chip and Joanna both love Texas.
  • It's colors change from the bud and blossoming stage, representing how different stages of life are all beautiful.

Question 4 of 10

What did Chip buy without even seeing it?

  • A house-boat
  • A truck
  • A fishing boat
  • A tractor

Question 5 of 10

Where did Chip and Joanna go to college?

  • Baylor University
  • Chip went to Baylor, Joanna went to University of Texas
  • Joanna went to Baylor, Chip went to University of Texas
  • Chip and Joanna went to University Texas

Question 6 of 10

Where was Joanna working when she met Chip?

  • An automotive shop
  • A house decor shop
  • Baylor University
  • A restaurant

Question 7 of 10

Who narrated the book?

  • Chip and Joanna
  • Chip
  • Joanna
  • Neither Chip nor Joanna

Question 8 of 10

What is "thriving" for Joanna?

  • Finding the happiness in the ugliness
  • When everything started to work out for them both, at the same point in time
  • After all the pain, when things started to get better, the thriving would come
  • When she finally figured out what she wanted to do

Question 9 of 10

What unconventional form of travel did he take is baby on?

  • 4-wheeler
  • A bike
  • Roller blades
  • Skateboarding

Question 10 of 10

Why did Joanna decide to close her Magnolia Market shop?

  • To spend more time with family
  • She didn't love the market
  • She had to leave because they were moving
  • She didn't close it, she left it open

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