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Through the Looking Glass
30th July 2014 | Author: "Reviews"

Book reviews of Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass will bring familiar memories to most people thanks to its famous movie counterpart, Alice in Wonderland. Through the Looking Glass begins with that timeless summary of Alice lazily sitting by a stream, reading a book, and glancing at a white rabbit hurriedly running by, staring at his pocket watch and proclaiming excitedly, "I'm late!" The rabbit dives down a rabbit hole and Alice decides to jump in after him. When Alice finally stops falling she finds herself in a hallway of doors. She wants to get through a small door but is unable to fit until she sees a bottle labeled "Drink me" which she does, causing her to shrink small enough to fit through the door. Unfortunately she left the key to the door on the table she is now too small to reach. But then she sees a piece of cake labeled "Eat me" which causes her to grow once again. She begins to cry when she realizes she is once again too big to fit through the door. But her tears, creating a giant pool at her feet, cause her to shrink smaller again and she finally treads water and is able to leave the hallway of doors. . . . .

Book Review Basics
29th July 2014 | Author: "bookreport"

Whether assigned to write a book review or a book report, it's important to know the difference between the two before starting. In simplest terms, book reviews provide an analysis and book reports provide a recounting of what happened in the story. When asked to write a book review, students need to be careful to avoid retelling the story because a book review is not a summary of events and characters, it's more of a reaction paper. . . . .

Elementary Book Report
28th July 2014 | Author: "bookreport"

An elementary book report tends to be far easier to write than when writing a book report in high school or college. The idea behind elementary book reports is to help the young student learn the basics of comprehension and to improve literacy. While some teachers will provide a list of elementary book report ideas for the students to choose from, others will provide an outline of what's required. . . . .

The Return of the King
27th July 2014 | Author: "Reviews"

The Return of the King is the third installment in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Therefore, writing a book report would require the writer to give some sort of summary of the first two installments of the trilogy leading up to The Return of the King. This story begins with Pippin and Gandalf traveling together to Minas Tirith where they meet with Denethor. Pippin pledges his loyalty to Denethor, whose son saved them. But Denethor does not trust Gandalf, for he knows he is bringing Aragorn to reclaim his rightful throne. Faramir returns to report that he has meet Frodo on his travels, and Frodo has the ring. Denethor is mad that his son didn't give the ring to Gondor, and sends Faramir back out to fight the oncoming armies. Gandalf tries to protect him but Faramir falls ill at the gates. . . . .

Mystery Book Report
26th July 2014 | Author: "bookreport"

The key to a successful mystery book report is to make sure that the suspense is captured throughout the book report. Mystery book reports should be written to help the instructor experience the same ambiance about the setting, characters and plot as the reader experienced when reading the book. . . . .

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