Author and activist Premilla Nadasen joins The Book Report to share the stories of women who built recognition for the rights of household workers. Her new book, “Household Workers Unite: The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a Movement,” provides a more in-depth look at domestic worker activism throughout the years.
These book report forms are suitable for both beginning readers and older children. The first is simply a form they can fill out that becomes their book report. The second set is an outline primer plus a page for them to handwrite their report (if you don’t already make them use a word processor!).
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A lively mix of author interviews, audio book previews and chats with those influential in the literary world, The Book Report has become appointment listening for bibliophiles and book clubs looking for new novels to read. It's a great way to find out which novels, thrillers or non-fiction titles are hot in the book world and which ones critics and readers are buzzing about.
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In the body of the book report—paragraphs 2, 3, and 4—you’ll describe what the book is about. This is your chance to show you’ve read and understood the book. Assuming you’ve read a fiction book, here are helpful writing tips:The book report would be fascinating if the above format is followed unless customized templates are outlined by the intended department or organization.