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Which books were your favourites? Why should other children read these books?
Which genre do you like? What is it about your genre that you like? Create a mind map detailing what you find in the genre of your choice Give 3 examples of your favourite genre
What was the book about? What was it about the book that made is so compelling? Think about: Language Style Plot
Has there ever been a film you had loved, but not enjoyed the novel? What did you like about it?
Which novel are they found in? What makes the character so interesting? List 5 things you’d like to ask your fictional character
Which novel are they from? What things do you want to know about the character? What adventures would they have?
Which novel was it? Why did it make you angry? Do other people agree with you?
Look at the shiny! What did you like?
And not just because it was very thick!
“It is well to read everything of something and something of everything.” Is there a genre you doubt you will ever read? Why?
What about the book made you cry? Remember:
Why do you like this character?
What are the most books you have read by one single author?
Why do you think you couldn’t finish the novel?
List 5 reasons why you like the book or author
Why are they so good?
Which novel do you read again and again? What is it about that book that draws you back?
Where would you go? What would you read?
What is remarkable about the illustrations? How do the illustrations make the book better?
Create a mind map about why people read horror novels
Why are they so interesting? Did you read them one after the other?
Why do you like them so much?
What is it about the novel that you liked so much?
What makes the novel so exciting?
Where do they go? What makes it exciting?
Did a novel ever promise to be really exciting, only to become a really boring read? How did you feel?
List 5 reasons why people should read
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