Create a brochure for the book you have read. The brochure should "sell" the book to students, so they would want to read it after they have finished reading it. 

If the book is fiction the brochure should look like this. 
The front panel should identify the title and author and have some sort of image on it.
One panel should introduce the main characters of the story offering a sentence or two about each. (A picture or image representing each character is also suggested.)
One panel should describe the action of the story. This summary should offer enough detail to show that you understand the main conflict of the story but not so much detail that it gets confusing.
One panel should be dedicated to the theme of the story. 
One panel should list the reasons why readers will enjoy reading this book. 

If the book is non-fiction the brochure should look like this. 
The front panel should identify the title and author and have some sort of image on it.
One panel should introduce the main idea of the text. If it is a biography, it should give a good description of what you learned. If it is an informational text, it should include the key ideas of the book. 
One panel should offer some information on the author. What do we know of this person and is he or she a credible source?
One panel should be dedicated to what we can learn from the text. 
One panel should list the reasons why readers will enjoy reading this book. 

Here is a sample.

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