100 World-class Thin Books, Or, What to Read when Your Book Report is Due Tomorrow!

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Libraries Unlimited, 1993 - Reference - 204 pages
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When book reports are due or booktalks impend, students inevitably search for the thinnest books possible. This guide reviews 100 books, each 200 pages or fewer, with the highest quality and the most enjoyable story lines. Given for each book are standard bibliographic information, genre, grade level, subjects, characters, main themes, readability rating (i.e., how long it takes to read), and ideas for how to write a book report or booktalk based on that title. A wonderful resource for slow or reluctant readers.

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Bodart is the Reference Librarian and Computer Liaison for the Woodbury Branch Library of the Denver Public Library. She is also an Instructor in Library and Information Services at the University of Denver.

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