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Readers' advisory powerpoint


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Readers' advisory powerpoint

  1. 1. WhatwillIread Next?
  2. 2. Teenreaders’advisory by Colette Martinez
  3. 3. hI,howareyoutoday? Mayihelpyoufindsomething interestingtoread? Hi, I’m good. What are some of the most popular books teens like me are reading?
  4. 4. haveyourEadBonegaP? by Laura Ruby
  5. 5. haveyourEad SixofCrows? by Leigh Bardugo
  6. 6. haveyourEad Underapaintedsky? by Stacey Lee
  7. 7. Ihavenotreadbonegap,whatisitabout?
  8. 8. This is a involved, strange and magical story about a girl who is kidnapped, and a boy who has special sight. It intertwines reality and fantasy, and the story visits both the small town where the boy lives and the spellbound outback where the girl is being held captive. This story has many turns, so don’t expect to know what will happen. Will the boy be able to save the girl?
  9. 9. sIxofcrowslooksinteresting.
  10. 10. This is a fantasy novel and the first in a triology. It is about six outcasts and how they have to come together to accomplish an incredible jail break. It is set in an ominous world and is full of twists and turns so it becomes very fast paced, and ends uncertainly and suspensefully.
  11. 11. Whatisunderapaintedskyabout?
  12. 12. This is an adventure story about two young, strong heroines who become friends and have to run away. Thier journey takes them along the Oregon Trail disguised as boys. It is historical fiction full of drama, tension, humor and romantic yearnings, with themes of diversity and survival.
  13. 13. IreadbonegapandIlikedit. Whatwouldyousuggestforsomething similar? I would suggest, The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton, Where Things Come Back, by John Corey, or Reality Check, by Peter Abrahams
  14. 14. Like Bone Gap, this book combines magic and reality; the heroine has wings. It is Ava’s quest to find out why she is different. It is a complex story about three generations of women and how love can be hindered, but prevails in the end.
  15. 15. Like Bone Gap this is a complex story about small town boys. The story is told from two perspectives; Cullen is 17 and just graduated from high school, and his little brother disappears. Benton Sage narrates the second view, and finds the book of Enoch. It is more realistic and sad than Bone Gap, yet has an element of humor.
  16. 16. Like Bone Gap this is a story about a boy searching for a missing girl. Cody is a small town boy who has dropped out of high school and finds himself submerged outside of his element to solve a mystery. This story is full of complex characters, yet it is a very fast paced because it is a thriller.
  17. 17. Ireadbonegap,butIdidn’tlikeit. Or Ireadbonegap,andIlikedit, butIwantsomethingdifferent Bone Gap has a element of fantasy, so let’s try something a little more universal. What sports are you interested in?
  18. 18. Ilovesports. Iplaybaseball! In that case, I would suggest Heat by Mike Lupica, The Girl Who Threw Butterflies by Mick Cochrane or Edenville Owls by Robert B. Parker
  19. 19. This is a fast-paced story of a boy who has a dream to pitch in the Little League World Series, but there are obstacles standing in his way. Michael and Carlos’ parents have passed away and the two boys don’t want to be separated because they are underage. This story is full of dialogue and believable characters, and will satisfy any sports fan.
  20. 20. Like the book, Heat this story is about the death of a parent and how it changes the whole world in the eyes of a young teen. Molly is an awkward girl who is a baseball pitcher and wants to play on a boy’s team. It is heartwarming and enduring story about growing up and working out the challenges that life presents you.
  21. 21. This book isn’t about baseball; it is about a boy living just after the second World War, trying to put together a school basketball team. It gives you a feeling of the language and lifestyle in the 1940s. There is a bit of a mystery to the story and the team uncovers a secret their English teacher is hiding. It has very detailed basketball action.
  22. 22. I’mnotreallyintosports. Do youhaveanygraphicnovels? I would suggest Black Butler by Yana Toboso, Will & Whit by Laura Lee Gulledge or A Wrinkle in Time: The Graphic Novel By Hope Larson
  23. 23. Set in Victorian London, young Ciel Phantomhive has made a deal with the... his butler. This graphic novel is beautifully illustrated with interesting characters who find themselves in suspenseful situations. Guess what? This is book one in the series of six!
  24. 24. Will is a young artistic girl who creates lamps because she is afraid of the dark. She finds a way to cope with the death of her parents by getting involved in an art carnival. She overcomes the terror of hurricane Whitney, and realizes she is strong and happy. The characters are quirky and the illustrations are expressive making them very likeable.
  25. 25. This is a science fiction graphic novel based on the classic tale by Madeleine L’Engle. It is a story about a young girl and her little brother traveling through space to rescue their father. The illustrations are charatcter centered, and the blue hued backgrounds are purposefully left blank so reader’s can use their imagination.
  26. 26. Doyouhaveenough titlestochoosefrom? Orshallwekeep looking?
  27. 27. Thanksforyourhelp,IthinkI willbeabletochoosefromthese books.
  28. 28. Great, I had fun talking about books with you. Be sure to come back and let me know what you thought of the book when you have finished. We can talk about some other great books you might enjoy too.
  29. 29. TTYL!
  30. 30. Credits ✖ Presentation template by SlidesCarnival ✖ Bookjackets by NoveList