Questions about books and reading

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questions about books and reading

5 NEW Questions to Ask Kids About Books | Scholastic | Parents

What is your favorite story? Who is your favorite author? Who is your favorite character? What is your favorite genre? How long did it take you to read it? Have you ever belonged to a book club?
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Most of these are non-specific, designed to work for any book, although, of course, some will work better than others for particular books. Just pick and choose the discussion questions that work best for you and your book group, and get the conversation going! Bring the printable questions along for help.

40 Great Book Club Discussion Questions For Any Book

Poppy lives near Tokyo and likes to read novels and play video games, especially fantasy RPGs. Reading is a hobby that has been enjoyed for centuries. The art form of using words to create vivid pictures in people's minds, portray unforgettable stories, and inspire with memorable characters is one that will never die. Many people still enjoy a good book, whether from their Kindle app or with a paperback edition. It's never been easier to get our hands on books; as well as many stores, we can order almost any title we like from the internet or download a novel in seconds. If you and your friends love to read, then no doubt you love to talk about books!

In an effort to build bridges between the learning that students do in school and at home, our Title I school offers monthly opportunities for parents to come and learn about what their children do all day. We offer these in the evenings, and we vary the topics. Parents are free to pick and choose which ones they would like to attend. This month, we hosted a Reading Cafe, where thinking and learning were on the menu! I wanted to have a cafe feel, so I set up our school gymnasium like a restaurant, with tables and chairs scattered around. I went all in with red and white checkered tablecloths! I also asked the teachers in my building to volunteer as waiters.

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Thank you to Stuck in a Book where I found the template. Favourite childhood book? Later on, Marianne Dreams by Catherine Storr. What are you reading right now? I vowed to read five Carnegie Medal winners this year, of which this is the third. Bad book habit? What do you currently have checked out at the library?

3 COMMENTS

  1. Amaranto L. says:

    Have you ever been to a book signing or met an author? Do you have any ideas for a story for you to write? Do you read books based on recommendations?.

  2. George K. says:

    Reading Conversation Questions.

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