- I love it absolutely anything by Meg Cabot
- “Teen idol” is one of my favorites
- “The Fault in Our Stars” is an excellent and amazing read
- This book is happy and sad and humorous and tragic
- I typically really most love fiction books
- The way he writes is so accessible/easy to people who maybe don’t like science
- It’s super fascinating/interesting to me
- It’s my goal/plan later in the summer to read it again
- It was a really fascinating setting/place
Teen favorite book interactive exercise
I love absolutely anything by Meg Cabot and “Teen idol” has always been one of my favorites. I’ve probably read it close to eight or nine times. And it’s a really fun read.
John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars is an excellent read. This book is both happy and sad and humorous and tragic all at the same time. And it’s really a wonderful read.
I typically really most enjoy fiction books. But I do absolutely love Stephen Jay Gould’s “Bully for Brontosaurus”. And the way he writes is so accessible to people who maybe don’t like science that much. But it’s super fascinating to me.
“Gone with the wind” has always stayed with me as one of my favorites. It’s my goal later in the summer to read through it again.
I really love Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci code”. Mystery stories like that always really fascinate me and it was a really fascinating setting.
Complete the sentences with your ideas:
- … is one of my favorites
- …. is an excellent and amazing read
- This book is ….
- It’s super fascinating to me because….
- It was a really fascinating ….