WARAH means Writing about Read At Home. We have a program in our school that requires students to read thirty minutes a day. In addition, students are required to submit a book report regularly. In Middle School, I have used WARAH for the last five years. Each WARAH covers a different comprehension strategy. As well, each WARAH focuses on a different genre of literature. This ensures that students will read books that are not necessarily their favorites. I repeat this for the four years of middle school. Students in Grade Seven and Eight are expected to improve the quality of their work. They seem to enjoy the familiarity of the work. This year, one of my students was already planning what books she would do for WARAH in August.