First Name: Anna
Age: 6
Book Title: Magic Tree House Fact Tracker: Twisters and Other Terrible Storms
Author: Will Osborne and Mary Pope Osborne
Non-Fiction Genres: Narrative
Write three (3) sentences which describe the Setting of the book. Be sure use descriptive words.: The book takes places in many places. Natural disasters like tornadoes, hurricanes, and blizzards happen in those places. The book gives information about each natural disaster.
List all of the main characters in the book, and share a little bit of information about each character.: The “main characters” are wind, clouds, rainstorms, twisters, hurricanes, and blizzards, and storm prediction. These are the main ideas of the book because it’s a fact book about twisters and other terrible storms.
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.: What I found most interesting is that I never knew this, but the atmosphere around the Earth is just air. I thought it was something else. The book explained how the atmosphere changes the temperature by keeping the warm and cold air inside or outside of it.
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.: I wish there was a chapter about haboobs (they are real – look them up!).
How did this book make you feel? Write three (3) sentences describing the feelings you had, when reading the book.: The book made me feel kind of sad for the people who were stuck in the hurricanes and tornadoes. Our dad was stuck in Hurricane Hugo, but luckily he was not hurt.
Star Rating: 4
Write three (3) sentences describing why you gave this book this rating.: I gave the book this rating because all of the facts in it were very interesting and most of the things I didn’t know.
Book Report: Magic Tree House Fact Tracker – Twisters and Other Terrible Storms, by Will Osborne and Mary Pope Osborne