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1st: Enniskillen Royal Grammar School
2nd: King’s College Junior School
3rd: Colfe’s School

Monday 21st January, 9.30 am

Allenby Jr. Public School, 395 St. Clements Ave., Toronto, ON M5N 1M2

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Practice Questions

2010 Questions

  1. If a trilogy means three novels what is the word for four related books?
  2. What type of powder was used by wizards to travel using fireplaces?
  3. What boy discovered that he was the modern day son of the Greek god Poseidon?
  4. What is the name of the dog that lived with Wallace the inventor?
  5. Who was the tortured vampire that knew he shouldnâ™t love a human girl?
  6. Who popped down a large rabbit hole under a hedge in 1865?
  7. What mouse featured in a story about a princess, some soup and a spool of thread?
  8. Who had two nasty aunts called Spiker and Sponge?
  9. What form of aerial transport does a witch favour?
  10. What does this abbreviation mean when applied to childrenâ™s literature: YA?
  11. What author was awarded the first ever posthumous Carnegie Medal in 2009 for her novel Bog Child?
  12. What name did Mary Norton give to the little people that lived furtively beneath the floorboards of peopleâ™s houses?
  13. A modern day classic book is The Cay by Theodore Taylor. What is a cay?
  14. Who offered to fetch the princessâ™s golden ball from the pond?
  15. What was Sinbadâ™s occupation?
  16. The Nac Mac Feegles are small fairy folk covered with tattoos. They are better known as what men in Terry Pratchettâ™s novels?
  17. Queen Lillian and King Harold are the parents of which princess?
  18. What famous farmer had a farm E-I-E-I-O?
  19. What colour was Beegu the small alien stranded on Earth?
  20. What type of animal accompanied Postman Pat when he delivered the mail?

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