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Question 1: Betty MacDonald died in Seattle, Washington, of ________ on February 7, 1958, aged 49.
MetastasisCarcinogenesisCancerChemotherapy

Question 2: Betty MacDonald (March 26, 1908 - February 7, 1958) was an American ________ who specialized in humorous autobiographical tales, and is best known for her book The Egg and I.
EditingProofreadingCopy (written)Author

Question 3: MacDonald was born Anne Elizabeth Campbell Bard in ________.
Boulder, ColoradoArvada, ColoradoDenverLongmont, Colorado

Question 4: 1947 ________ (illustrated by Hilary Knight)
Mrs. Piggle-WiggleJean StapletonBetty MacDonaldMaurice Sendak

Question 5: 1954 Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle's Farm (illustrated by ________)
Little Bear (book)Where the Wild Things Are (film)Maurice SendakWhere the Wild Things Are

Question 6: MacDonald (1910-1975) and moved to ________, where she wrote most of her books.
Shoreline, WashingtonAmes Lake, WashingtonVashon, WashingtonKent, Washington

Question 7: Betty MacDonald spent nine months at Firlands Sanitorium outside of Seattle in 1937-1938 for treatment of ________.
TuberculosisLeprosyPathogenic bacteriaAnthrax

Question 8: She also wrote the ________ series of children's books.
Mrs. Piggle-WiggleJean StapletonBetty MacDonaldHilary Knight

Question 9: In 2009, ________ also broadcast a reading of MacDonald's book, "Anybody Can Do Anything."
BBC Radio 1BBC Radio ScotlandBBC World ServiceBBC Radio 4

Question 10: She is associated with the ________, especially Washington state.
Pacific NorthwestBritish ColumbiaWestern United StatesCanada







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