Book reports do not have to be boring. There
are many ways of showing your enjoyment of a book. We show
you a few ideas. Read on!
conventional book report
We make writing a book report easy and, we hope,
interesting and fun! Download
the template. Follow the prompts to help you complete
your book report.
Answer the questions in this interactive book
report and it will make a book report for you at the
end. Then you can print it out and give it to your teacher
or your friends, put it on the library noticeboard or
why not send it to us? The best reports will go on our
Why not turn your book report into a presentation? Visit
this website for a lesson on how to use PowerPoint.
You can add sound and movies. If you're shy, why not
record your book report and add it to your PowerPoint
Check out some book reports by students ¡X See, it is
easy to do!
Show your enjoyment of the book in other ways. Why not
make a bookmark of your favourite scene in the book? Have
a look at some bookmarks
we have made.
||Write a new ending
Did you like how the story ends? If not, why
not write a new ending?
Write 6¡V8 questions that you would like to ask
the main character in the book. Then imagine what the
character might say to those questions. Now write up your
questions and responses like an article you might find
in a magazine.
recommend this book' card
this file. Photocopy onto card and then cut out the
cards. Write your views and opinions on the card, colour
in the number of stars it deserves and then display them
in the library or on your class noticeboard.
||Write a letter to the author
Write to the author of the book and tell him
or her what you thought of the book. Did you like it?
Which character was your favourite? What was your favourite
bit? What did you think of the ending? Why
not send us your letters? We'll put the best ones
on the website!
We've found these useful websites that can
help you write book reports.