Choose a book from the book review list. Tell us if it’s a book that’s worth your classmates’ valuable time to read. Your review should include a summary of the book, which will probably note several highlights (but shouldn’t represent more than 1/3 of the body of your review). The remainder of the review should address questions or issues such as, but not limited to, the following: Did you enjoy this book? Is it well written? Does it sound accurate/believable? (Is it credible?) Did the book inspire you to seek out the artists’ material? Did that material sound and/or look as you expected? What was the author’s intention? Does the book tell a limited or very focused story, or does the author offer a sense of the subject’s socio-historical context? What do you expect will happen next to the book’s subject? Should other people read this book? The strongest reviews will explain the student’s reactions, i.e. do not simply write what you thought about the book; always explain why. Remember: you are reviewing the book, NOT the artist. (5-6 pages) Remember: make explicit connections to course material Book: O’Brien, J. (2007). Like an icon. New York: Harper Entertainment Assignment 3 requires: separate title page separate reference page (any reference that appears in your list of works cited must also appear at least once cited in your paper) double line spacing and standard margins in 12-point font explicit connections to course material In this first year course I always advise students to use whatever citation and reference style is common to their discipline. Use one consistently. I use APA because that's the Education/Arts standard.