I have used the 10 fiction book reports below to differentiate my students' assessments. I split the 10 book report options into two different sets. That way, I can use the options for two quarters worth of book reports. It also gives all of my students the option to choose a book report that best reflects their learning style and interests. The ten projects include: a mobile, music playlist, shadowbox, comic strip, video, scrapbook, collage, brochure, plot diagram (poster)and an alternate ending.
To make the book projects as user-friendly as possible, I created an editable version of both sets, so you can change/add anything you would like to the directions I already provide.
Since I've finally gotten around to posting some of my book projects, I thought it would be fun to have a giveaway. The winner will receive a copy of the 10 Fiction Book Projects set and a copy of my Nonfiction Informational Book Project set for free! Good luck! :)