Book Report Template

Dear Teachers,

Want a fun way to help your students communicate what they love (and don't love) about their independent reading?

Here's a template for a book report and/or author study, plus a couple of additional resources for creative book reports.

πŸ“š Here's to happy readers!

The Watsons Go To Birmingham, by Christopher Paul Curtis

About the Author πŸ§‘πŸΎβ€πŸ’»

πŸ‘ΆπŸΎ Christopher Paul Curtis was born in Flint, Michigan in...

πŸ‘€ Some life-changing events that happened to him were...

✏️ He got started with writing when...

Christopher Paul Curtis Interview - Part 1
Learn More About Christopher Paul Curtis

Check out his website for information about all his books!

The Characters πŸ§πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ

  1. Main Character:
  2. Supporting Character:
  3. Supporting Character:
  4. Supporting Character:
  5. My favorite character is... because....

The Setting 🏠

The Plot ❓

In the beginning of the book...➑️ In the middle of the book...➑️ By the end of the story...

The Conflict 🀺

At the heart of every good story is a conflict, or, a problem that needs to be resolved. Describe the BIG problem at the center of your book, the one that keeps your main character from moving forward.

The Resolution πŸ•Š

How does the conflict get resolved? Describe in a way that makes someone else want to read the book, but no spoilers!

My Review!


5 Stars Because....

I loved this book because...

You should read this book if you...

You should not read this book if you...

Tired of the Standard Book Report? Try These Ideas πŸ‘‡πŸ½

West Point Consolidated School District: I.T. Department

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