1) How did Mortimer the penguin feel at the beginning of the story? a) happy and proud b) silly and excited c) annoyed and angry d) shy and embarrassed 2) What were some of Mortimer's problems? a) he's hungry b) too much snow c) can't fly d) too bright e) too many girlfriends 3) Which of Mortimer's problems was the opposite of Spike's problem in Spike: The Penguin with Rainbow Colored Hair? a) His beak was too hot. b) It was too noisy. c) He looked the same as everyone else. d) Animals tried to eat him. 4) What did Mortimer think about what the walrus said? a) He didn't like a stranger talking to him. b) Walrus was a good friend. c) Walrus was probably right. d) Walruses don't understand penguin problems. 5) How did Mortimer solve his problems? a) He learned to dance. b) He learned to play the guitar. c) He got a sweater. d) He did NOT solve his problems. 6) How was Mortimer feeling at the end of the story? a) happy and proud b) silly and excited c) annoyed and angry d) shy and embarrassed 7) How was the end of the story the same as the beginning? a) He was complaining about his problems. b) He had a walrus friend. c) He loved his home. d) He said his beak was cold.

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