Rating System

I will be rating books using a five star system. Just so everyone is clear, here is what each rating means:

5 Stars

5star

This book is AMAZING! I will definitely read it again sometime in the future.

This book will be a part of my classroom library someday.

4 Stars

4star

This was a good book. I might read it again someday.

This book will probably end up in my classroom library.

3 Stars

3star

This book was ok. It wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t that great either.

This book might end up in my classroom library, but I won’t be specifically looking to buy it.

2 Stars

2star

This book was somewhat boring or inaccurate.

If someone were to give me this book, I would add it to my classroom library. I will not go out and buy it.

1 Star

1star

This book was TERRIBLE.

This book will not be a part of my classroom library.

 

**Please note: I’m no longer looking at books with plans of becoming a teacher. I do like the descriptions above though, so I think I’ll keep them for the time being.**

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