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10 Tips for Choosing a Book Try these ideas!
1. Think of a subject or what you want your book to be about.
2. Decide if you would like fiction or nonfiction.
3. Look for a special title or series. SERIES TITLES: Dear America My Name is America American Girls Hank the Cowdog A to Z Mysteries Little House on the Prarie Nancy Drew Magic Tree House
4. Look for an author you know. Gary Paulsen Beverly Cleary Joan Lowrey Nixon Matt Christopher Laura Ingalls Wilder R. L. Stine Bill Peet Lemony Snickett
5. Share books with your friends and listen to what they say about their books.
6. Look at library displays.
7. Get up your courage to try something new.
8. Use a booklist.
9. Choose an award list. Newbery Award Caldecott Award ALA Notable Books Award Coretta Scott King Award Young Readers Choice Award
10. Take the librarians recommendation.
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