Seriously speaking, I could manure my garden with trash like this! I love to start off a book review format by writing about how I came about the book, something that just builds up as a story before I dive into all those details about a dead grandmother and her murderous cook. Lay the groundwork first by telling people what you are going to review or talk about. Let them get a feel for the before they get to your opinions of it.
With a proper book review format you have more chances to succeed. But what if you don’t have inspiration and energy to write at the moment? Thinking “who can write my book report for me?” Well, !
Book Review Format - Niskayuna Central School District
Note: Lots of people are coming to this page wanting to know how to write a book review for kids, so I wrote especially for kids (and their parents).
Writing a book review is perhaps one of the less complicated kinds of academic writing since there is no definite correct way of writing one so long as the important parts of a typical book review format is utilized. A book review is a reflection of the student’s opinion, evaluation, and analysis of the book and not just a mere summary of the entire text. It is said to be highly personal since the points of view of a student are given as well as their criticisms. At times, book reviews seek to reveal a concealed meaning in the author’s writing.The plot of the book should be written in about three to four sentences. The plot talks about what the story is all about; who are the main protagonists and antagonists; what did the main characters perform in the story; did the main characters encounter any problems or hindrances, etc. The next part of a book review format is the narration of personal experiences in relation to any of the characters in the story. The student writer may also compare the things that the characters did in the story, and relate it to his personal story, or compare the emotions felt by the characters to his own personal emotions.An easy to follow and typical book review format usually starts with the preliminaries such as stating the title of the book, its author, place of publication, publisher, date of publication, and the number of pages. What follows next is the making of an introduction to at least give the reader a preview of the review. It is sometimes followed by background information of the book in order to set out criteria in judging a book. This includes the author’s basic information such as the era in which he wrote the book, or how it relates to his life experience. Then it is followed by writing a short summary of the content or text of a novel, history book, or any other type of book.This section should also talk about one’s learning’s from the book and whether it holds an important or interesting message that caught your attention. What I like to do is add in my personal book review format is about two paragraphs on what I liked best about the book and what I didn’t like.