Book Log. #2 .pdf - Book Log for Children and Young Adult Literature Use this template to log the books you read Either download it or use a handwritten

Book Log. #2 .pdf - Book Log for Children and Young Adult...

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Book Log for Children and Young Adult Literature: Use this template to log the books you read. Either download it or use a handwritten version of it. You may modify the columns however you wish Terms you need to know: Plot : Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution Character : Protagonist, Antagonist Theme: The me ssage The importance of family and growing up Conflict : The driving force of a story: Olivia’s life and what it entails Internal (man v self), External (man v man, man v nature, man v society) Critical lens (Feminist, Marxist, Critical Race, Queer, Post-colonial, Reader Resposne etc) Book Log for Fiction Title Olivia Author Ian Falconer Brief Summary (try to use literary language as listed above) The story explains the life of Olivia the pig, who her family is, what they do, and what she likes to do. It demonstrates using a critical lens with a reader response lens. Olivia’s and her life are somewhat like other childrens, this makes the plot relatable to some kids. Theme(s) (Express the theme in a FULL sentence: what is the message of the story, as supported by the elements of fiction?) Family and it’s importance: the description of Olivia’s family and her adventures with them, brings a happy tone to the story.
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