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1. Which novel is based on the nursery rhyme 'Sing a Song of Sixpence'?
2. One of Christie's most famous novels is 'And Then There Were None' based on the rhyme 'Ten Little Indians'. As per the rhyme, one of the characters 'chopped himself in halves'; who was it?
3. 'Mistress Mary Quite Contrary' is a nursery rhyme used by Christie in the short story 'How does Your Garden Grow'. What is the connection between the rhyme and the story?
4. 'Three Blind Mice' is a famous nursery rhyme. Which novel of Christie uses this rhyme as its theme?
5. 'One, Two, Buckle My Shoe' is a Hercule Poirot novel where Poirot catches the murderer after noticing the murderer's unbuckled shoe.
6. 'Five Little Pigs' is a Poirot novel where Poirot solves a sixteen year old mystery. This novel is based on the nursery rhyme 'This little pig'. Who in the novel is referred to as the little pig who went to market?
7. 'Hickory Dickory Dock' is yet another Poirot mystery based on a nursery rhyme by the same name. What is the connection between the story and the rhyme?
8. 'There was a crooked man' is a popular nursery rhyme. Which Agatha Christie novel is based on this rhyme?
9. 'N or M?' is Tommy-Tuppence spy thriller. Which of the following famous nursery rhymes has a part to play in the novel?
10. Let's end with a slightly tough one. Which short story features the rhyme 'That rabbit has a pleasant face'?
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