Recently, I collaborated with a World History teacher to create a project using Ning. We created a Ning for the 30 years war and each student was responsible for creating a profile for a famous person involved in the historical conflict and interacting as that person would when responding in the forum, on peoples' walls, creating events, etc. It resulted in a really interesting product and I must say that I have NEVER seen these students work so intently on a reasearch project! I wonder: has anyone done something similar with a work of fiction and had students create character profiles?

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Bookwink (for younger students)
Booktalks Quick and Simple (Nancy Keane's huge number of booktalks)
Nancy Pearl's Book Reviews
Wired for Books
Orange County Library System (FL) (podcast booktalks, stories, battle of the books, more!)
NYT Book Review Podcast archive
Readers Circle Booktalks (Pike School)
Hopkinton High/Middle Schools
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