Children's Literature 1 - Answers

Published: Monday 22nd August 2011
  1. Who owned the chocolate factory in "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"? Willy Wonka.
  2. What type of transport did Sarah Ferguson write about? Budgie the Helicopter.
  3. What is the name of the school attended by Harry Potter? Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
  4. What books is the author of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" more associated with? James Bond.
  5. In which fictional country was it always winter? Narnia.
  6. What do A.A.Milne's initials stand for? Alan Alexander.
  7. Which children's book features the tales of Toad, Mole and Ratty? The Wind in the Willows.
  8. In which English county is "The Secret Garden" set? Yorkshire.
  9. In which book would you find Mrs. Do-as-you-would-be done-by? The Water Babies.
  10. In Roald Dahl's "The Witches" what do the witches want to turn children into? Mice.
  11. Who wrote the Jennings series of books? Anthony Buckeridge.
  12. Who was Huckleberry Finn's best friend? Tom Sawyer.
  13. What was the name of the boy in "Where the Wild Things are"? Max.
  14. What was the name of Tin-Tin's dog? Snowy.
  15. What was the name of Capt. W.E. Johns flying ace? Biggles.
  16. Who wrote about "Ballet Shoes"? Noel Streatfield.
  17. What animals feature in "Watership Down"? Rabbits.
  18. In which novel would you find Ben Gunn and Jim Hawkins? Treasure Island.
  19. Who wrote about "Mallory Towers"? Enid Blyton.
  20. Although she wrote over 60 works of fiction, which novel is authoress E. Nesbit most famous for writing? The Railway Children.

One Comment

  1. Iain Burns says:

    Must disagree with the answer to number 15.

    What was the name of Capt. W.E. Johns flying ace?
    Biggles.
    The answer should be James Bigglesworth. His “nickname” was Biggles

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