Book Report | Book Review Templates | Fiction Print Digital

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  1. Looking for book report templates that help scaffold the writing of fiction and nonfiction book reports? This bundle includes templates, guiding questions, and visuals in both printable and digital format (Google Slides, Google Forms) to help your students write impressive book reviews.-------------
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Looking for book report templates that help scaffold the writing of a fiction book report? This resource includes templates, guiding questions, and visuals in both printable and digital format (Google Slides, Google Forms) to help your students write impressive book reviews. Also included are posters and banners to decorate your classroom.

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This resource features both US and British English spellings.


1. Printable Editable Book Report Templates

  • Cover (editable) templates x 8-12 (students details and quote editable)

  • Editable templates x 5: The Setting, Main Characters, The Summary (x2), What I Thought (prompts editable)

  • Lined sheets for publishing x 4
  • Teacher Marking Rubric x 3
  • Self-editing and Peer editing Checklists

Recommended Use

  • Project the PDF file on the interactive whiteboard to introduce the parts of a fiction book report via the posters/anchor charts. Also, show students the flipbook templates and completed sample. Discuss the requirements for each template of the book report.

  • Have students collect information in their flipbook on the specific book under study. This could also serve as their draft where they could use the self-editing and peer-editing checklists to edit.

  • Finally, have students publish on given writing sheets or type out content from draft observing corrections.

Flipbook Assembly

You can choose either of the two options.

  • Print out the templates in blackline. Cut around each template and assemble from the smallest template to the largest template. Have students color in pages. Staple at top tab for flipbook or glue descending order in notebook.

  • Print out the templates on cardstock (different colors). Cut around each template and assemble. Attach at top.

Preparation Style 1

  • For grades 2-3, bundle up to 6 sheets together after sorting, align them perfectly and cut.

  • For grades 4-6, students are old enough to cut and compile flipbooks on their own. I have my students compile all sections of the flipbook prior to research and writing.

⭐ For style 2, simple cut on the horizontal line of each template and assemble.


After completion, display students’ flipbooks under the Banner.

These flipbooks are sure to make an interesting bulletin board display.


2. Digital Book Report in Google Slides

This is a digital version of the book report. Your students will write a report on a book of choice by documenting (typing out) information in google slides ( a free app in the google drive suite). Students have the option to digitally submit the completed book report flipbook for feedback and grading or print it out for display. Both color and blackline template options included.

►► Items Included

  • Book report black and white flipbook templates ( x 5) in google slides
  • Book report colored flipbook templates ( x 11) in google slides
  • Teacher Marking Rubric (3 options) in google slides and PDF format


3. Digital Book Report In Google Forms

Guiding questions and visuals outlining the fiction book report writing process will elicit student responses in this digital book report in Google Forms.

Students will type their report responses in Google Forms. Each response is preceded by a visual explaining each of the five fiction book report writing processes and a question (EDITABLE) to guide the response. You will be able to analyze a summary of class responses, individual questions, or responses submitted by each student to better dictate teaching and learning.

►► Items Included

✅ 5 EDITABLE questions to guide the fiction book report writing process.

✅ 5 visuals explaining each stage of the fiction book report writing process.


4. Display Banner x 2 styles (decorated and plain)

5. Display Posters (color) x 2 styles

Six posters/anchor charts on a fiction book report and its key elements. Print, laminate, and display in class and/or view as PDF slideshow.


Read some impressive reviews by buyers on this resource:

→ Buyer said:

Amazing product. I absolutely love every part of it. From the posters to the flip book, it worked for all of my students *(which is rare) and when we put them up so many teachers pad parents stopped to compliment the work. Thank you!

→ Nina Britton (TpT Seller) said:

I like the reminders of what should be covered in each section. Kids love flip books, so this is great for a quick book report- no prep on my part ;)

→Michelle Jarvis (TpT Seller) said:

Great resource for my independent learners/readers!

→Heather G. said:

This is a great way to do Book talks! And they turned out so great I put them up on the bulletin board outside my class.

→Michelle G. said:

Thanks for putting this together! I am able to use it for my Literature circles. The kids really love the creativity aspect of the book report!

→Michelle H. said:

After 'Googling' what I had in mind, this was the best!! Suited everything I had planned for this report and was creative as well!! A great way to put the book report together, with many options for change! Thank you!




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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.
With guidance and support from adults, produce writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task and purpose.
With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing.
Conduct short research projects that build knowledge about a topic.
Recall information from experiences or gather information from print and digital sources; take brief notes on sources and sort evidence into provided categories.


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