Book Discussion Questions

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THE GOBLIN AND THE STOLEN RING

Book Discussion Questions

  1. Describe Sprout in three words. Give examples of why you think these words are appropriate.
  2. Apart from Sprout, who is your favourite character? Why is this so?
  3. What is your favourite part of the book? Why do you like it?
  4. If you lived in The Forest of the Hooting Owl, which type of forest creature would you most like to be? Why do you think this?
  5. Who is the wisest out of Sprout, Sprout’s ma, and Long Tooth? What makes you think this?
  6. Which would you most like to meet, a sprite, or a riddle frog? What are your reasons?
  7. Do you think the adult witch is good, bad, or a bit of both? Why do you say this?
  8. If you were telling your friends about this book, what would you say?
  9. Have you ever been to a forest, or a wood? What did you like most about it?
  10. Do you believe in magic? What makes you think this?

THE GOBLIN AND THE CHILD WITCH

Book Discussion Questions

  1. Describe your favourite part of the book. Why is it your favourite?
  2. What is the most memorable thing about Trunk Face?
  3. If you met Long Tooth, what question would you ask him about the forest, or its creatures?
  4. If you could be one of the characters in the book for a day, who would you be, and why?
  5. If you were travelling across The Bridge of Grunts, would you take the high route, or the low route? Why do you say this?
  6. Do you think Wizard is going to be good, or bad for the forest? Give examples for your reasoning.
  7. If you were talking about this book with your friends, what is the first thing you would say?
  8. Do you think you’re an introvert, or an extrovert? What makes you think that?
  9. Which of the bridges you’ve been on is your favourite? Why is that?
  10. What are your thoughts on when it’s right, or wrong, to hug someone?