For this second butterfly book report project, students write about the mainelements of their books: setting, characters, plot, solution, conclusion, and illustration. The story elements caterpillar book report below matchesthis butterfly book report.
Most teachers have their own requirements, and sometimes a specific format they expect you to follow, so be sure to check, but the following general elements of a book report or book review should be helpful.
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The book that I decided to read and then read all of is a book called Invisible by Pete Hauptmann, the guy who wrote it. It is 176 pages long, which is shorter than some of the other books on the list, and there are several pictures which also helps, and it is about a loser named Douglas Fancypants Hanson who likes model trains, naked girls, and fires. There are no dragons or things like that, but he does have a really cranky cat named Mr. Whiskers. Doug has an actually cool friend named Andy Morrow who plays soccer and buys him Butterfingers. But there is a mystery because why would a cool guy like Andy want to be friends with a loser like Doug? Personally I wouldn’t have anything to do with Doug because for one thing I suspect he smells weird. I completely understood it why some kids beat him up for being a stalker or something, even though weirdo Doug didn’t think he was doing anything wrong. Then when his parents try to send Doug away to this creepy prison school, he goes postal and sets all these plastic people on fire. Later on he is living in some other world or something, or maybe it’s hell, or else he’s completely crazy and hallucinating—the author does not really let you know, which is completely unfair and why I do not recommend this book. Also it was very unbelievable, but I enjoyed reading it anyways because it was shorter than Great Expectations and more interesting than The Boring Old Man and the Even More Boring Sea, which is mostly this guy floating around on a stupid boat trying to catch a whale or something, so I guess for a book report it was okay.
Most students will have to write a book report. But writing a book report isn't always easy. It is best to enjoy the book and not think about the report until you have finished reading. Now, absorb and think about what it was you read. Get up from your chair, walk around, then sit down at the table and start to write.Meanwhile, Lucy is having trouble with her diabetes, which makes her act really weird sometimes, and she almost freezes to death but the nerdy guy saves her, which I thought was sort of hokey but most of the rest of the book is good, except for the part where Lucy has to write a book report on The Old Man and the Sea.