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2019 Reading Challenge Bingo Cards

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Bingo Cards
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Non-Human Characters
Witches
A Book with a great cover
Based on a True Story
A Y.A. Novel
Less than 300 pages
An Award-Winning Book
Dystopian Novel
Steampunk
A book that keeps you awake
A book that makes you cry
Autobiography or Memoir
True Crime
A Book that makes you laugh
A "Classic"
Science Fiction
"High" Fantasy
LGBTQIA author
Short Story Collection
Poetry Collection
White Female Author
Black Female Author
Black Male Author
Female Racial Minority Author
Male Racial Minority Author
Historical Fiction
Apocalyptic
Horror
Nonfiction
Poly-Main character
LGBTQIA Romance in novel
Assigned book you never read
Gender Minority Character

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19th Century England Word Search

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Industrial
Fiction
Dickens
Women
Darwin
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Poverty
Historical
Victoria
Britain
Queen
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Romance
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Albert
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Railway
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Library Crossword

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Crossword
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Section for stories fiction
section for books containing facts nonfiction
writer of a book author
person creating artwork/pictures for a book illustrator
Larger books with more illustrations and fewer words picturebooks
fiction books containing a larger number of pages (written by novelists) novels
a book of maps atlas
section of a non fiction book used to locate information inside it index
part of library for younger readers junior
part of library catering for older readers senior
system used to arrange non fiction books created by Melville Dewey dewey
names of people or animals featuring in a story characters
the name of a book title
information on the back of a book giving an idea of what is inside blurb
part of a book holding the pages within the front and back covers spine
our new operating system for school libraries Clue: a boy's name (unscramble these letters lervoi) oliver
world wide web internet
section of non fiction book containing meanings for words in that book glossary
factual book about person's life biography
different styles of storywriting genres
gathering facts about a particular topic research

JKF Media Center Word Search

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Dewey Decimal
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Historial Fiction
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Great Expectations Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

what was the nickname that Jaggers gave to Bently Drummle spider
Jaggers housemaid Molly
how many guineys did Pip recieve from Miss Havisham twenty five
how old was dickens when his father was put into prison twelve
Who was the woman that stayed with Charles until he died Georgina
Lived in a castle WEMMICK
Whom does Wemmick marry? skiffins
how did Dickens die? stroke
Charles was one of how many siblings? eight
Queen that was said to love Dickens' books victoria
Who is Pip's tutor matthew pocket
What profession is Pip born into blacksmith
What is the name of the other convict, who dies as a result of a fight compeyson
Who attacked Ms. Joe orlick
Which family member raised Pip "by hand" sister
Of shore Prisons hulks
What is the name of Wemmick's house Walworth
Who kidnapped Pip late in the story orlick
What is Pip's birth name (first) Phillip
Pip’s best friend Herbert
what was Dickens’ mother's name Elizabeth
who married Estella Drummle
Pip returned home when his sister…? Died
Joe’s second wife Biddy
what event happened 5 years before Dickens’ death trainwreck
what did Mr. Wopsle become halfway thought the story actor
what was the name of the 18 year old actress Dickens stayed with Ellen
Miss Havisham's adopted daughter Estella
how many novels did Dickens write Fifteen
what did Pip steal from Joe's Forge file
Pip is badly hurt after what happened at Miss Havisham's fire
What name did Herbert give Pip Handel
who handles all of Pip's affairs Jaggers
where the beginning of the book takes place Kent
where does Pip go to live london
who was Pip's benifactor Magwitch
this didn't matter as long as you had wealth and status Morals
where did Dickens get his first job publishing his stories Pickwickpapers
what type of fiction is Great Expectations realistic
the format that Great Expectations was originally printed in Serial
how old is Pip at the beginning of the story seven
poor areas in London slums
who was rowing the boat other than Herbert startop
what is the name of Miss Havisham's estate statishouse
where does Pip find Estella in the last chapter staishouse
for how many months did Pip go to Miss Haisham's ten
Pumblechook is Pip's uncle
Dickens is buried here westministerabbey
Drummle died as a result of mistreating what animal horse
how did Estella make Pip feel when they first met Common

Famous Books and Authors Crossword

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Crossword
Description

This man wrote 'A Christmas Carol'. Charles Dickens
Who wrote the 'Harry Potter' series of books? J K Rowling
'The _____________' was the first of the 'Series of Unfortunate Events' series. Bad Beginning
_____________ Wilson wrote about Tracy Beaker. Jacqueline
What is the first name of the main character in 'Holes'? Stanley
This is the surname of the man who wrote 'Romeo and Juliet'. Shakespeare
This is the name of a famous book by Roald Dahl. The Magic Finger
Which creepy series of books did R. L. Stine write? Goosebumps
This is the name given to a fiction book. Novel
Who wrote 'Mr Stink' and 'Gangsta Granny'? David Walliams
Michelle Magorian wrote '______________ Mr Tom'. Goodnight
Suzanne Collins wrote this trilogy of books which is now also a series of films. The Hunger Games

APUSH Crossword

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Crossword
Description

a 17th-century movement for the revival of piety in the Lutheran Church Pietism
printer whose success as an author led him to take up politics; he helped draw up the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution Benjamin Franklin
an 18th-century philosopher and free-market economist famous for his ideas about the efficiency of the division of labor and the societal benefits of individuals' pursuit of their own self-interest. Adam Smith
an administrative union of English colonies in the New England region of North America. Its political structure represented centralized control more akin to the model used by the Spanish monarchy through the Viceroyalty of New Spain Dominionofengland
He was a leading figure of the Enlightenment, and frequently came into conflict with the Establishment as a result of his radical views and satirical writings. Voltaire
was a Francophone Genevan philosopher, writer, and composer of the 18th century JeanJacquesRousseau
protective or concealing covering Coverture
belief in the existence of a supreme being, specifically of a creator who does not intervene in the universe. Deism
was an English colonial administrator in North America. He was the governor of the Dominion of New England during most of its three-year existence. EdmundAdros
American descendants of Presbyterian and other Ulster Protestant Dissenters from the Irish province of Ulster who migrated to North America during the 18th and 19th centuries Scotsirish
was a French lawyer, man of letters, and political philosopher who lived during the Age of Enlightenment Barondemontesquieu
An American clergyman of the eighteenth century; a leader in the religious revivals of the 1730s and 1740s known as the Great Awakening JonathanEdwards
was a prominent African in London, a freed slave who supported the British movement to end the slave trade. Olaudahequiano
refers to the communities throughout the world that have resulted by descent from the movement in historic times of peoples from Africa AfricanDiaspora
an evangelical and revitalization movement that swept Protestant Europe and British America, and especially the American colonies in the 1730s and 1740s, Thegreatawakening
was a British general, Member of Parliament, and philanthropist, as well as the founder of the colony of Georgi JamesOglethorpe
an English Anglican cleric who helped spread the Great Awakening in Britain and, especially, in the American colonies. George whitefield
the act of a slave owner freeing his or her slaves. Different approaches developed, each specific to the time and place of a society's slave system. The motivations of slave owners in manumitting slaves were complex and varied. Manumission
to make or become English in form or character: Anglicization
a search for and subsequent persecution of a supposed witch. Witchhunt
the sea journey undertaken by slave ships from West Africa to the West Indies Middlepassage
a European intellectual movement of the late 17th and 18th centuries emphasizing reason and individualism rather than tradition. Enlightment
the economic theory that trade generates wealth and is stimulated by the accumulation of profitable balances, which a government should encourage by means of protectionism MERCANTILISM
were designed to tighten the government's control over trade between England, its colonies, and the rest of the world NavigationActs

19th Century Wordsearch

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Romanticism
Ideologies
Freedom
Government
Evolution
Constitution
Annexation
Minister
Communist
Democratic
Republican
Proclamation
Monarchy
Expanaion
Industries
Political
Empire
Industrialized
Poverty
Industrial Revolution
Reform
Unification
Nationalism
Century
Easter Europe
Russia
Germany
Italy
Great Britain
France

Word Search Wednesday

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Author
Chapter
Character
Classic
Fiction
Genre
Hero
History
Literature
Moral
Novel
Plot
Setting
Story
Theme
Timeless

19th Century novels wordsearch

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Description

poems
pinocchio
black beauty
heidi
bleak house
middlemarch
oliver twist
treasure island
madame bovary
war and peace
a christmas carol
great expectations
little women
persuasion
les miserables
emma
dracula
frankenstein
crime and punishment
wuthering heights
jane eyre
pride and prejudice