|Room on the broom
|Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler
|Fairy Tale,Fantasy,Short Story
|Write three (3) sentences which describe the Setting of the book. Be sure use descriptive words.:
|The book is in a world with witches and dragons in it. The witch goes over a pond, a castle, some bushes, and a farm. They end up in a cloud with a dragon in it.
|List all of the main characters in the book, and share a little bit of information about each character.:
|There is a witch who is not very smart. She loses her hat, then her bow. After that, she loses her wand. There is also a cat. It is the witch’s pet. A dog helps the witch and gives her her lost hat. A bird helps by getting her bow. A frog gets the witch’s wand for her. There is also a dragon who likes to eat witches with french fries.
|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.:
|The witch loses her things. Also, a dragon wants to eat her. He breathes fire at her so that her broomstick falls down.
|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.:
|The dog, the cat, and the bird help her by getting her stuff for her. They also help by scaring off the dragon so it can not eat her. They rolled in mud and pretended to be a monster.
|How did this book make you feel? Write three (3) sentences describing the feelings you had, when reading the book.:
|It made me feel sad and excited. I felt sad because she dropped her wand, her hat, and her bow. I felt excited because sometimes animals bounded out of the landscape and gave her her things.
|Write three (3) sentences describing why you gave this book this rating.:
|I would give it three stars “because it was sort of weird and sort of happy”. I liked it though. I felt happy when I was reading it.
Book Reports: Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler