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English Department

Schreiber High School

101 Campus Drive

Port Washington, NY11050

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Mr. or Ms. Authorís Name

Author of Title

c/o Publisherís Name

Publisherís Street Address

Publisherís Town, State,Zip


Dear Mr./Ms. Authorís Last Name,


First Paragraph: identify who you are and that you have just finished reading their book.

The second paragraph should begin the body of your letter (the number of paragraphs you use is your choice). You should try to keep your letter to less than one page as your reader is a busy person and doesnít a long-winded fan to bog down their time. Ask questions, make comments. Remember: this is real person, so donít be critical in a nasty way if you thought the book was awful!

The last paragraph should thank the writer for their time, as well as thank them for their time.





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