These questions are also great for gathering thoughts for a book review. Questions like the one asking students to recall a detail from the beginning and whether the beginning hooked him or her into the story or not, go beyond just the "normal" book report. This resource begins to address a higher order thinking instead of just recalling facts about a book.
Whether your student is working on book reports or book reviews, this is a wonderful resource for the beginning writer. It can be adapted to any level. You can even write in the answers dictated by a child too young to write his or her own answers. So, whether you are a homeschooler or a classroom teacher, this resource would be great for you.
For your copy, click the image for your two page "Book Report Organization Questions." (It is pictured here as one page only for ease of display purposes.)