What Is a Book Report?

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A book report is a summary of a book that you read. It usually consists of a few paragraphs describing the plot of the book, without giving major events away.
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The introduction of a short story should be a basic idea of what book the report is about as well as a general attention hook to keep the reader interested in how the book report
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of course you need a book, then facts about the main character(s), also details about the main settings that are taking place in the book. hope this helped. you need th plot too
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1. Set up the formatting for the book report in a word-processing application. APA style calls for a typed, double-spaced report with one-inch margins all the way around. Use 12 point
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1. Select "Company" on the top menu and choose "Set Up Users and Passwords, then "Set Up Users. 2. Click the "Add User. button in the "User List"
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After you finish reading a book, you maybe asked to complete a book report. In this report you will write the main idea of the book and your personally thoughts about the book.
A book report is a formal paper written on a book a student has read. There are generally three parts to a book report: a biographical sketch of the author, a summary of the book, and a critique of the book. You can find more information here: http://www.studenthandouts.com/citations
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