Summary Book Report
The title of the review should convey your overall impression and not be overly general.
Strong titles include these examples: Although many reviews begin with a short summary of the book (This book is about…), there are other options as well, so feel free to vary the way you begin your reviews.
Provide a short summary of the book, no longer than two sentences, based on the summary you came up with earlier.
Write your thesis statement in one clear sentence, and place it after the summary.
Your thesis statement should include your argument, as well as the supporting reasons or details you will explore further in your paper.
Thus, the thesis statement serves as an outline of your paper.
She writes about education, communication and theater in publications such as the "San Francisco Chronicle," "California English" and "Central Sierra Seasons." She specializes in Web content, including blogging for businesses.
Harrelson has a Master of Science in speech pathology, and a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from Antioch University.
To accomplish all these goals in a few sentences, you might need to revise a draft of your introductory paragraph several times.
You’ll want to indicate the direction of your book report without providing information that you’ll repeat later. To help get yourself started, you might write a paragraph-long summary, but you’ll want to shorten it for inclusion in your introductory paragraph.
Select a thesis statement or general argument for your book report.
When teachers ask students to write book reports, they want the readers to think about what they have written.
A book report acts not to retell the story but to discuss some of the important elements of the story such as character, themes and plot.