This two page worksheet on the examples of figurative language in Richard Peck's short story has 3 parts. In Part 1 the students match the 12 examples of figurative language in the story: Biblical allusion, onomatopoeia, alliteration, metaphor, cliché, idiom, literary allusion, personification, synecdoche, hyperbole, simile, and pun to their definitions. In Part 2 the students match the same terms to examples, and in Part 3 students match the terms to examples in quoted phrases or clauses taken directly from the story. This 3-tiered approach acts as a review or introduction to the terms. A two page answer KEY is provided.