What to Write on Books I Finished Form

Ms. McMillan will publish some of the best reviews on our English 7 blog. For this reason, think of your audience as other seventh graders who may be interested your book.

Not sure what to say? Keep these tips in mind:

1) Be honest: Give your review personality and remember that kids want to know what you REALLY think.

2) Be detailed: Tell us exactly what you liked or didn’t. Was it a story you couldn’t put down? Were the characters just like people you know? What made it special?

3) Be accurate: Be sure to get the title, author, and character names right, plus double-check your spelling and grammar. We aren’t able to post reviews that don’t make sense or have the wrong information.

DON’T spoil it: Please don’t give away the ending! Tell readers enough about the plot to hook them, but keep them hanging so that they want to read the book.

(from Scholastic.com)

Click here for examples: Books We Finished 2014-15

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