Interactive Book Project

Author Andrea White invites Texas students to help her in an Interactive Book Project for her upcoming book, Time Angel.

As Andrea travels around the state, visiting students and encouraging them to read, she invites the students to preview her latest book project, and give feedback that will end up in the published book. Character names, plot changes, grammatical errors-anything goes!

Read below a note from Andrea:

For Students

For Teachers

Happy Reading!

 

One Response to “Interactive Book Project”

  1. Hallie November 16, 2012 at 7:34 pm # Reply

    Hallie Wilson 23hallie@gmail.com
    Nov 14 (2 days ago)

    to andrea

    Dear Mrs.White,

    Hello I am a student at FCMS. Right now we are working on a dystopian fiction unit. As a part of our unit we are to make contact with purpose to you. My name is Hallie and I loved your hook in chapter 1. You used very well figurative language in the sentence “so faint they sounded like thoughts, chattering away in her head. So faraway, they could be colonists on Venus.” I loved that metaphor. The way that you portrayed Shama was brilliant. I do have one question though… How did you come up with the names? They are a good touch to the story. Please email me back at 23hallie@gmail.com.

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