Make a jacket for your book. Be sure to depict important events without revealing the ending. Make the depicted events look exciting enough to draw a reader into the story.
Pretend that you are employed in a publishing house that has just decided to reject the novel, The Westing Game. Write an imaginary letter to Ellen Raskin rejecting her novel and explaining why. Even if you think the book is excellently written, think of some reasons a publisher might be hesitant to publish the book. Use those in your rejection letter. Suggest ways the book could be revised.
Make a video tape or write an article on three of the events in the story. Remember this is a news item; write it accordingly, remembering to use the 5 "W's" and "H" -- who, what, where, when, why, how.
Write an obituary...
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