This year in my library classes I am going to encourage my students to talk about how books make them feel. Scared, sad, silly, grossed out, etc. I think a cool way to encourage these discussions is to have students use emojis to express their reading experiences. This method will help students make self to text connections and it will give me a new way to recommend books to them. Attached are the worksheets I have developed. The half sheet "I am reading" poster is for your students to make a poster about the book they are currently reading. There is a spot for them to write the title or draw the cover of the book they are reading. At the bottom of the sheet are 22 emojis - the idea is for them to circle the ones they 'feel' when they read that book. There is an "Every Book is full of Emojis" poster (8.5" x 11") and half sheets for students to use to make book recommendations (I am going to keep them in a binder in my library). Also included are a few pages of blank emojis (circles) so your students can create their own emojis. This would make a great bulletin board display! Can be used with any grade but I will be making another set of worksheets with fewer emojis for the little ones. AND for a limited time, if you purchase this set I will make you a full sized (8.5 x 11) "I am reading poster" with your name on it. Just leave a note letting me know what your students call you. I can't promise I will get these personalized posters out quickly but I hope to get them out within a couple of weeks after your purchase. Whew! Thanks for reading all that.