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Book reviewers try to give honest feedback about a book they've read, and they do it in different ways. Most book reviewers write for an audience who are looking for a book to read.
Here's one plan that might work if you're are not sure how to get started. It may not be your favourite book, but it needs to be one you can describe to others.
If you read it a while ago, read it again, just before you write your review. Are you going to have the review published online, in a magazine or at your library? Try to answer SOME of these questions in whole sentences: What was the book about? Try to describe it in a couple of sentences without giving away the ending.
What was your favourite part of the story? Why did you like it? Tell us something about them. What happens to them in the story? What sort of book was it? Was it a picture book, a chapter book, a fantasy book, a nonfiction book for sport fans? If there are illustrations, how did they help tell the story?
Did you like the book?
Why or why not? What was good about it? Did any parts make you laugh? Did you feel as if you were looking through the main character's eyes?
What sort of people would like this book? Would you recommend it to a certain age? You might need to add more, or leave some out. Some people like to start with a question. Other reviewers begin with the book facts - like author, illustrator, and publisher - to make it easy for others to find the book.
Add any words or sentences you think might make it clearer. Make any changes you think you need. Read some book reviews to get ideas, then go ahead and make your own plan. When you're finished why not send your work to a magazine or website that publishes book reviews by kids?
You could also try your own school or local library, or ask a local book shop if they want reviews.Creating a Board Game Assignment: You are a board game manufacturer, and you have been assigned the task of creating a board game that will help students review.
A book review is just one person's reaction to a book they have read. Book reviewers try to give honest feedback about a book they've read, and they do it in different ways. Most book reviewers write for an audience who are looking for a book to read.
Here's one plan that might work if you're are.
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