Quiz from the Land of Nursery Rhymes and Story Books
- Who met a pieman going to the fair?
- When did the mouse in “Hickory Dickory Dock” run down the clock?
- What were the Magic words that opened Alibaba’s cave?
- (a) Who created ‘Winnie the Pooh’?
(b) Who created ‘Peter Rabbit’?
- (a) What are the names of Daisy Duck’s nieces?
(b) What is the name of Richie Rich’s butler?
(c) Which Peanuts Character has a brother called Spike?
- What did the seven dwarfs in “Snow White” do for a living?
- Who “picked a peck of pickled pepper”?
- What were the lion and unicorn fighting for?
- What did the Dame and master lose in “Cock-a-doodle-do”?
- How many fiddlers did old king Cole call for?
- Who ran away “when the boys came out to play”?
- What are little boys and little girls made of?
(a) little Boys
(b) little girls
- Which animal dined on bread and oysters with a carpenter?
- (a) What were the names of Cinderella’s step-sisters?
(b) What was Sleeping Beauty’s real name?
(c) What was the name of Alauddin’s nasty uncle?
(d) What was Gulliver’s first name?
- (a) What famous wooden puppet was first written about by Carlo Collodi?
(b) Name the four guests present at the ‘Mad Hatter’s Party’.
- Who went with Dorothy to find the wizard of Oz?
- Who decided never to grow up and ran off to live with the fairies?
- What did Tweedledum and Tweedledee fight over in “Through the Looking Glass” by Lewis Carroll?
- Which of the children’s tales by Hans Christian Anderson is an account of his life?
- Which nursery rhyme character did not say his prayers?
- Simple Simon
- When the clock struck one
- “OPEN SESAME”
- (a) A.A. Milne
(b) Beatrix Potter
- (a) April, May and June
- They were miners
- Peter Piper
- The crown
- The Dame lost her shoes and the master lost his fiddling stick.
- He called for three fiddlers
- Georgie Porgie
- (a) Frogs and snails and puppy-dog’s tails
(b) Sugar and spice and all things nice
- The Walrus in Lewis Carroll’s “Through the Looking-Glass”
- (a) Anastasia and Drizella
(b) Princess Aurora
- (a) Pinocchio
(b) Alice, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and the Dormouse
- Dorothy’s little dog, the Cowardly Lion, the straw Man and the Tin Man.
- Peter Pan
- A brand new rattle
- “The Ugly Duckling”
- The Old Man in the nursery rhyme “Goosey-Goosey Gander”