The Mini Page was a kids' newspaper created by Betty Debnam from 1969 - 2007 that covered a range of topics from space to neighborhoods to elections (http://www.lib.unc.edu/dc/minipage/). It is a wonderful resource for teaching text features of nonfiction writing (captions, bold print, etc.) in a kid-friendly way. This file contains a project in which students are challenged to create their own Mini Page newspaper about the seven strategies of good readers (preview and predict, visualize, question, infer, connect, summarize, and evaluate). They must combine what they know about nonfiction writing with explanations and examples of these strategies. The project contains suggestions for books to accompany each strategy, a grading rubric, and self-evalutions for students to help monitor their progress.