We use these pages in a memo-sized notebook (these are the pocket-sized ones). I found them in a three pack at my local Dollar Tree. As we read the book, students recorded information about the characters and their roles in the story. You can use the blank faces or have the students draw their own! My students were more motivated to do the work of character analysis in this format! We glued these pages to the top page and then wrote additional information on the page below, using two pages of the notebook per character.
I am always looking for ways to get my students excited about what they are learning. My students love keeping these character notebooks! I included a few different options for you to choose from (with and without blank faces). Also, there is a page to help students with what to write about the characters (2 versions and a blank one). You can also just have students write freely in the notebook! We work on these as we are reading the book. It is also an engaging way to encourage rereading!