Book Report Template Paragraph #1 Title: Love, Star Girl Author: Jerry Spinelli Type of book: Realistic Fiction Book Report Template Paragraph #2 Main Character: Star Girl Describe this character: Star Girl is fascinating in her own way. She is a very caring girl. She makes friends very easily. Star Girl is a mysterious, wonderful girl. The main character changes from sad to happy by the end of the story. The main character does the right thing when: Star Girl has definitely done many good things. Some examples are that, she babysits Dootsie. She also entertains Betty Lou, who has a fear of leaving the house.
She has also taken Alvina under her wing; Star Girl has a goal to help Alvina be a better person. I can identify with the character when: Star Girl and I have many things in common. One of the examples is that I babysit my five year old cousin, like Star Girl babysits Dootsie. Another character: Dootsie Details: Dootsie is a loud, caring, young six year old girl. One of the things she enjoys most is, playing with Cinnamon, Star Girl’s tiny, cute pet. Dootsie is also one of Star Girl’s best friends. Another character: Alvina Details: Alvina is definitely the type of girl who can be sweet and caring or tough and rude.
Her mood always changes by such little things. Alvina and Star Girl are definitely good friends. Book Report Template Paragraph #3 Describe the time and place of the story: Star Girl has moved from Arizona to Pennsylvania. Star Girl has had a very hard time saying good bye to her old friends but a very easy time making new friends. The time is exactly like the time now. I guess you could call it present. The setting takes place in many different vivid, colorful places. Some examples are, her house, of course; Margie’s donut shop; Betty Lou’s home; The Park, for meditating; and so many more!
Comments about the setting: The setting has definitely has an effect on Star Girl. She has moved from Arizona to Pennsylvania, which has definitely changed her life by saying good bye to her old friends but also meeting new ones. Star Girl is improving her life every single day. She meets new people every day, goes on journeys to new places, and of course has the time of her life. 4 Book Report Template Paragraph #4 What is the author trying to say in this story? What is his lesson in life? Is there a moral to this story? The author is trying to tell you to live your life.
It’s like he wants you to feel how Star girl feels and to live in the present. After all, everything happens for a reason. This is a story about (Courage? Working Hard? Doing The Right Thing? Greed? Importance Of Friends? Jealousy? Love? Caring? Happiness? Sadness? ) The story that I’ve read almost has a little bit of everything. Especially, encouraging, Like how her dad encouraged her to do the celebration for the winter solstice when she thought it wouldn’t work, or how Dootsie and Star girl encouraged Betty Lou to come outside of her house (at the end of the story she finally did).
There are so many more examples to show how people encourage one another. It also is about the importance of friends. Star girl’s life practically depends on her best friends. They pick her up when she’s down. They help her do the right thing and support her. It’s also about caring. Star girl show’s so much care for her friends. She throws parties for people, she helps make costumes, and she also especially helps entertain them. Most of the entire story is about love. She can’t forget about Leo. He’s her life. After their brake up, she doesn’t want to leave him.
Finally, she moves on to a boy named Perry. Anyway, as you can see, this story has a little bit of everything. This book showed me/ I learned from the story: I have learned so many things in this wonderful story. Some examples are, how I can be a better, more caring friend, how to set up a calendar, how I need to live in the present and many more. This book is one of the best books I’ve ever read. It teaches you so many things; it makes you feel like you are a part of Star girl, ant that she’s very similar to you in so many ways.
State a problem in the story and how it is solved: There are so many problems’ but I am just going to state one. One example is that Alvina found out that her parents asked Star Girl to take her under her wing. So, Alvina thought that Star Girl was just her friend because she was asked to, Star Girl was even offered money by Alvina’s parents but Star Girl refused to take the money. Stargirl and Alvina work it out and become great friends again! Book Report Template Paragraph #5 Summary: Star Girl has moved and left everything behind: Arizona, Mica High, enchanted places-and Leo.
Leo’s all Star Girl can think about, and her life begins to feel like a parade of unhappy anniversaries. Then Star Girl meets her wonderfully bizarre new neighbors: Dootsie, the curly headed six-year-old; Betty Lou, who hasn’t stepped out of her house for nine years; Charlie, who sits among the tombstones; hot tempered Alvina with that one glittery nail; and Perry Delloplane, the blue eyed thief who soon lays his own claim to Star Girl. In letters to Leo over the course of a year, Star Girl comes to find hope in new places: mockingbirds, donut angels, moon flowers ,and the Winter Solstice.
But what’s life without Leo? Well, can he answer that one crucial question Star Girl asks every morning to the rising sun? Book Report Template Paragraph #6 What did you think of this book? The book was wonderful! I couldn’t set it down until I finely finish. I here there’s of series, better go back to the library! Well, if you read this book I think you will enjoy it very much if you like reading magical and heartbreaking tales. What did you like about this book? I liked everything about this magnificent book! I could not set it down! I highly recommend it for someone who likes ready happy, heart breaking stories.
I loved the vivid details. I especially loved how I could picture things in my mind! It’s like a T. V. inside my head! What didn’t you like about this book? Well, I really can’t think of anything I don’t like about this book. I loved everything about this book. I might even read it a second time! Well, I really have enjoyed this book ad I think you will too. Was the story confusing or hard to believe? Well, I guess at some parts in this book I might not have understood some words in this book. What’s life without context clues? When I was positive I’ve searched every clue I would ask my parents.
Also, at points when they have conversations I might have gotten lost but I just ready back over it and figure it out. As you can see, this is definitely one of my favorite books. Was the story predictable? (Could you guess what was going to happen? ) Not at all, the whole book is unpredictable. That’s what makes it exiting! The story was always being random. I felt like I couldn’t put it down. Sometimes I even peek ahead a few couple of pages. I hope you will find this book exciting. Was the story believable? The story was very, very believable.
It was as if it could happen today or maybe even tomorrow. I felt that part of my life is like Star Girl’s. It is a very touching wonderful story. I would think that you would love this book so much! The ending was….. The ending was unpredictable. It was the most entertaining part! I can’t tell you how much I was smiling when I was finished I must read the next one in the series! It is a magical, heartbreaking tale. It was very touching and sad at moments. It was also very exciting and happy at moments. This story is part fairytale, part outcast, and part dream- come-true!