The Woman in Black and the Perks of Being a Wallflower now quizzed
By Ruth Atkinson
Two books made popular by blockbuster film adaptations have just been quizzed for Accelerated Reader. The Woman in Black and the Perks of Being a Wallflower had been requested by teachers and librarians in increasing number since the films were released, as children watching the films have sought out the books. We have taken care to write the quizzes from content exclusive to the books, making sure that they cannot be passed simply by watching the films.
The Woman in Black, by Susan Hill, sees a young solicitor sent to attend to the paperwork of the late Alice Drablow. He finds himself in a spooky old house at the end of a causeway. He keeps seeing a mysterious woman in black – what is her terrible secret? A classic.
The Woman in Black | Vintage Books | 978-0-09-928847-3 | UY | BL 7.2 | Quiz #224823
The Perks of Being a Wallflower is the story of outsider Charlie. He writes in graphic detail about his freshman year in high school, his new insightful bohemian friends, his defiance of conformity, and his evolution into a man of action. The story contains strong language and sexual situations.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower | Pocket Books | 978-1-84739-407-1 | UY | BL 4.8 | Quiz #224977
|Posted on||22 August 2013 at 9:00 am|
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