Book Genres. Created by: STLP 2011-2012. Folktales. Passed on in oral tradition instead of being written down Animals act like people Typically include magic Teach the reader a lesson Setting is a far off time and place. Folktales continued. Struggle between good and evil
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Created by: STLP 2011-2012
T –is for the trickery or cleverness used by the main character.
A – is for the main character’s adventures in our country’s westward expansion
L – is for larger-than-life qualities of the main character, who is usually based on a real person
E – is for the exaggeration used in the story to make it entertaining
Mind Control – a character’s mind is controlled by someone or something else
Tomorrow’s World – the story takes place in the future
Survival – story describes how characters survive specific problems
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