- Use your email account to store the draft of your book review. That way, you can work over the course of several days, choosing the best words, checking your grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
- Put the title, author, and the genre of the book in the subject line of the email.
- Put your name, age, and/or grade at the end of your email. I need this in order to give you author credit for the post.
- When you are done, send your email to Melinda.Buterbaugh.firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you don't have an email account, see Mrs. Buterbaugh. She will give you an email account.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Here are some tips for successful submission of your book review to Bibliosmile.
Posted by Melinda Buterbaugh at 8:22 AM
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Villains that he read out of a book (a book also titled Inkheart) catch up with him and kidnap him, his aunt-in-law, his daughter, and the author of Inkheart, and demand that Mo read treasure out of books for them.
People often talk about the vivid world of books, of being able to enter new worlds through books, of being "lost in a book." But what if the opposite were true, that book characters could become lost in our world? That villains could enter our world and work their nefarious deeds on this side of the page? Cornelia Funke explores this intriguing possibility and weaves a tale that is totally engrossing.
A movie was made of Inkheart (2008) starring Brendan Fraser, Helen Mirren, and Paul Bettany.