Island Christian School Fiction Book Report Form Student Name: Date: 1. Name of Book: 2. Author’s Name: 3. Describe the setting of the story. Where and in what time does the story take place? 4. Describe the theme of this story; that is, the general truth communicated. What message is the author sending to his/her audience through the telling of this story? 5. Explain two scenes from this story that support the theme you’ve stated. 6. Authors create characters to express differing qualities and values. This allows them to develop the plot and conflicts most important to their story. Select two leading and very differing characters from this book. Write a paragraph about each describing their qualities and values. ( character traits) Character Name: Character Name: 7. In every story, characters must face a difficult decision. Often this decision affects the rest of the story and often occurs after great struggle. Describe a difficult decision each of the main characters you selected had to make. Show why the decision was important and why the character made the decision he/she did. Answer in paragraph form. Character Name: Character Name: 8. Conflict in a story can be defined as the meeting of two opposing forces, mentalities or worldviews and the problems or events that occur from this meeting. Pinpoint the predominant conflict of this story and illustrate your choice through two vivid examples from the story.