What Is a Book Report?


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
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
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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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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