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  • 1. Books
  • 2. Do you know the parts of a story?
  • 3. A story is a fiction text.
  • 4. Fiction means it’s NOT TRUE.
  • 5. The people in stories are called characters…
  • 6. They can be good. (protagonist)
  • 7. They can be bad. (antagonist)
  • 8. Or somewhere in between.
  • 9. The story can be about ONE character…
  • 10. Or many characters …
  • 11. Usually there is a main character…
  • 12. Like…
  • 13. Junie B. Jones…
  • 14. or
  • 15. Stories have settings.
  • 16. What does the setting tell you?
  • 17. Where…
  • 18. or when…
  • 19. … a story takes place
  • 20. There’s usually a problem…
  • 21. It could be a little problem
  • 22. It could be a big problem .
  • 23. The characters have to find a solution.
  • 24. A solution is a way to solve the problem.
  • 25. But what about stories that are TRUE?
  • 26. They are called Non-Fiction.
  • 27. Some are
  • 28. Biographies are books written about someone’s life.
  • 29. When you write a book about yourself…
  • 30. It’s called an autobiography.
  • 31. But not all non-fiction books are about people…
  • 32. Some are about science…
  • 33. Some are about social studies…
  • 34. Some are about animals…
  • 35. Others are about places…
  • 36. There are SO many different kinds of books!
  • 37. Where can you find a good book?
  • 38. You can visit our classroom library…
  • 39. You can try the school library..
  • 40. Or your community library…
  • 41. You can go here…
  • 42. Or here…
  • 43. But it doesn’t matter what…
  • 44. Or where …
  • 45. Or how…
  • 46. you read
  • 47. As long as you READ!!!
  • 48. Go grab a good book and get started…

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