The Ultimate
The Prince and the Pauper
Book Quiz

Question 1 of 10

What does Edward do to Tom once Edward becomes king?

  • He appoints him as ward.
  • He executes him.
  • He bans him from the kingdom.
  • He decides to make him earl.

Question 2 of 10

How does Edward prove he is the true king?

  • He divulges the location of the great seal.
  • He battles Tom in a duel.
  • He gives the secret password.
  • He tells of things that happened that only the real king would know.

Question 3 of 10

What does Miles do for Edward that earns him the title of earl?

  • He takes his whipping for him.
  • He shows him how to steal food.
  • He helps him return to the kingdom.
  • He gives him a book.

Question 4 of 10

What happened to Edward when he met the hermit?

  • The hermit was crazy and tried to kill him for perceived past wrongdoings.
  • The hermit demanded that Edward run away.
  • The hermit hired Edward to work for him.
  • The hermit told Edward how to get back to his kingly status.

Question 5 of 10

How does the switch happen?

  • Edward is mistaken for Tom and cast out
  • Tom pays Edward to let him trade him places.
  • Edward runs away because he is stressed, leaving Tom alone.
  • Edward decides to let Tom live his dream of becoming a prince for two weeks.

Question 6 of 10

What does King Henry give Prince Edward to take care of?

  • The seal to the kingdom
  • His wife's locket
  • His sword
  • The family seal

Question 7 of 10

How does Tom get into the palace?

  • Prince Edward sees him and takes pity and invites him in
  • The king summons him when he hears that he looks like his son
  • He sneaks in
  • He is smuggled in

Question 8 of 10

Who teaches Tom to read?

  • Father Andrew
  • His father
  • A local teacher
  • His neighbor

Question 9 of 10

Who do Miles and Edward find to be the master of Hendon Hall?

  • Hugh
  • Miles' father
  • A hermit
  • Grant

Question 10 of 10

What do the people in the palace think when Tom can't remember anything about living in the palace?

  • He'd gone mad.
  • He was fooling them.
  • He was an imposter.
  • They didn't notice.

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