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  1. On what page does the story of “Old Yeller” begin?
  2. What is the name of the main character in the book? (Page 3)
  3. Where does Travis find the stray dog? (Page 10)
  4. What is the name of Travis’s little brother? (Page 15)
  5. What is the color of Old Yeller’s fur? (Page 25)
  6. What does Old Yeller do to protect Travis and his family from the bear? (Page 40)
  7. How does Travis feel about Old Yeller at first? (Page 55)
  8. What happens to Travis’s father while he is away? (Page 70)
  9. How does Travis feel when he has to shoot Old Yeller? (Page 90)
  10. What lesson does Travis learn from his experience with Old Yeller? (Page 105)

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1. On what page does the story of "Old Yeller" begin? What is the significance of starting the story on this page? (Page 3)
2. Describe the relationship between Travis and his little brother, Arliss. How does their bond develop throughout the book? (Page 15)
3. Analyze the symbolism of Old Yeller's fur color and how it reflects his character traits. (Page 25)
4. Compare and contrast Old Yeller's bravery when facing the bear with Travis's initial perception of him. How does this event change Travis's opinion of Old Yeller? (Page 40)
5. Explore the theme of loyalty in the book, using examples from Travis's relationship with Old Yeller. (Page 55)
6. Discuss the impact of Travis's father's absence on the family dynamics and how it influences Travis's responsibilities. (Page 70)
7. Analyze Travis's conflicting emotions when he has to make the difficult decision to shoot Old Yeller. How does this event shape Travis's character? (Page 90)
8. Examine the theme of loss and grief in the book, focusing on Travis's journey towards acceptance after losing Old Yeller. (Page 105)
9. Discuss the significance of the setting in "Old Yeller" and how it contributes to the overall mood and atmosphere of the story. (Throughout the book)
10. Reflect on the lessons Travis learns about responsibility, maturity, and the circle of life through his experiences with Old Yeller. (Throughout the book)