The project can be a poster project or
standard science trifold board
(all book materials must be attached to the board).
The project must include the following information:
- Title--name of the book (capitalized and underlined as needed)
- Example: Tops and Bottoms
- Author--person who wrote the book (capitalized appropriately)
- Publisher and Publication Date--The company that published the book
- The NAME OF THE PUBLISHER can be found on the verso* page (sometimes called the copyright page). *The verso is the back of the title page.
- The DATE THE BOOK WAS PUBLISHED can also be found on the verso page. The date it was published. HINT: It is usually found after a little c with a circle around it like this: ©1995. Publication date of 1995.
- Example: Harcourt Books, 1995
- Main Characters--characters that are most important to the story. Use complete sentences to introduce.
- Setting--the time and place of the story. Use complete sentences to communicate.
- Author’s Purpose--tell why the author wrote this book. Use complete sentences.
- Plot Summary--Using complete statements write a brief description of the order of events in the story. (beginning, important events and end)
- Conflict--What was the main problem in the story? Use complete sentences.
- Resolution--How is the problem resolved in the story? Use complete sentences.
- Persuasive writing--Why should someone read this book? (at least1good reason) Use complete sentences.
- Creativity--be colorful, clean and creative! Use your imagination! Be unique and original. Be sure to include illustrations that help describe your book.