First Name: Aya
Age: 11
Book Title: my russian grandmother and her american vacuum cleaner
Author: meir shalev
Non-Fiction Genres: Narrative
Write three (3) sentences which describe the Setting of the book. Be sure use descriptive words.: 1. The house: always sparklingly clean you could literally eat off the floor and it would be cleaner than eating off the table at your own house.
2. school: a bit filthy definitely dirtier than the house.
List all of the main characters in the book, and share a little bit of information about each character.: Grandma: there are no words descriptive enough to say how clean she is if there is so much as 0.01 of a crumb on the floor she will go crazy and you must clean the whole house at least ten times also she has never heard of a squeegee (or at least if you told her about it she would say its for lazy people)
so you can imagine how much work it is to clean around the house.The Vacuum Cleaner: Grandmas most prized possession if so much as 0.01 of a crumb landed on it she would go crazy like never before so that’s why its kept locked up in the cleanest room you can imagine.
If there was a problem presented in the book, write three (3) sentences about it. Otherwise, write three sentences about your favorite part of the book.: Grandma wants everyone to clean so she starts pulling the children out of school to clean.
If there was a problem presented in the book, write three (3) sentences about how the problem was solved. If there was not problem, write three sentences about what you would have liked to have seen in the book that the author did not include.: Grandma sadly passed away.
How did this book make you feel? Write three (3) sentences describing the feelings you had, when reading the book.: the same as before Istarted reading the book
Star Rating: 4
Write three (3) sentences describing why you gave this book this rating.: it was pretty good other than that half of it was about how to clean a whole house without a squeegee.
Book Report: My Russian Grandmother and Her American Vacuum Cleaner, by Meir Shalev