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  1. Genres

  2. Figurative Language

  3. Author Choices

  4. Story Elements

  5. Grab Bag

  6. Words

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  8. Lord of the Rings

  9. What is a fantasy?

  10. Sign of the Beaver

  11. What is historical fiction?

  12. The Green Book

  13. What is science fiction?

  14. The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

  15. What is poetry?

  16. Paul Bunyan

  17. What is a tall tale?

  18. It's raining cats and dogs.

  19. What are idioms?

  20. The trees whispered in the gentle breeze.

  21. What is personification?

  22. He's a tiger about doing the yard work. She is the sun.

  23. What is a metaphor?

  24. The soothing sound of songbirds signaled spring's arrival.

  25. What is alliteration?

  26. The water sparkled like diamonds. She was as quiet as a whisper.

  27. What is a simile?

  28. The author's purpose for writing Ben and Me.

  29. What is to entertain?

  30. The author's purpose for writing a biography.

  31. What is to inform?

  32. The point of view evidenced by these words (not in quotes): I worried about what to do next, so I did nothing.

  33. What is first person?

  34. The point of view evidenced by the words (not in quotes): They were afraid to talk to their new classmate, but still enjoyed watching him play football.

  35. What is omniscient?

  36. The author's choice of words that make you almost smell freshly cut grass and long for summer.

  37. What is to set the mood?

  38. Patty, in The Green Book

  39. What is a character?

  40. In the future, on a faraway planet.

  41. What is the setting?

  42. This would be the setting of Sign of the Beaver.

  43. What is the 1700's in Maine (or New England)?

  44. The plot of Call It Courage.

  45. What are the events? What are: left the island, killed a boar, killed a shark, escaped from the man-eaters....

  46. In Green Eggs and Ham, this would be the theme.

  47. What is keep an open mind? Sometimes you need to be willing to try something before you decide whether you like it or not.

  48. This annual publication includes calendars with weather forecasts, astronomical information, tide tables, and other related information.

  49. What is an Almanac?

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