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Scholastic: Character Scrapbook

Character Scrapbook offers a unique way to analyze characters from a book.
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Character Scrapbook offers a unique way to analyze characters from a book. Simply type in the name of your book and the name of the character you want to study. Design an image of the character by selecting characteristics or print out a page and draw your own. Then create a list of 10 things you know about the character, 10 words to describe him, 10 details about his appearance, 10 facts about his personality, 10 challenges he faces, and 10 achievements he accomplishes. Then print out your character scrapbook and use the information to write a character study, create a project, study for a test, or just enjoy the scrapbook.

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