If the book is fantasy, would you want the same kind of superhuman powers that the characters have? Decide who else would like this book Would you recommend this book to a particular friend? Answering this kind of question can show you the audience the book is geared to.
It also helps you and your friends figure out books to recommend to each other for your next report! Wrap it up Brainstorm what else you want to include, such as great illustrations, who told you about the book, if the author wrote anything else, and where this book ranks on your list of favorites. Spin all the separate pieces into the project Now it's time to go back to step #2: Pick a medium.
What sticks out in your mind as something you have a lot to say about? Write 5 ideas about the aspect you have chosen Once you've decided on a part of the story that interests you — say you think the dialogue is really funny — sit down and write at least 5 different thoughts about it. While your book project shouldn't just list complaints about the book, your teacher will probably appreciate the thought you put into your opinion. Do any of your friends or family members remind you of the characters?
This helps you to pick out specific parts of the story and these details will give you examples when you create your project. Have you visited the location of the book's setting?
Jot down some of your opinions about the book you've just read. Do you think anyone else would be interested in reading the book?
Remember to state the reasons why you feel the way you do. Start with the introduction, giving the facts about the book that you had written previously.
A book report can be simple to accomplish with a little organization. If it is a fiction book, note the book's setting, the main characters, and the problem or situation the characters face and how they come to solve it.
If it is a nonfiction book, note the type of book (such as a biography), the subject and some interesting things the author includes in the book. Which parts did you like, and which parts did you not like?
I brought in a piece of an asteroid that my mom keeps at home because during the story Louie and his friends were passing through asteroids in space.
I also chose the astronaut to help retell the story because astronauts drive rocketships, and I brought in a lightbulb to represent Louie’s great idea to build the rocketship,” he said.