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Five sources not to cite in a book report this school year

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With a new school year beginning once again, the joys of fresh notebooks and pencils will soon give way to the stress of looming due dates for homework assignments. Amongst these assignments over the course of the year will be the classic book report. In the daydreams of teachers and students alike, book reports are completed without all-nighters or excuses involving paper-hungry pets. But in a time crunch, many students find themselves grasping for resources other than the primary text of their assigned novel.

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But even in the worst-case scenario, they should avoid having to cite these dubious sources if they want their coffee-fueled cram session to result in a passing grade.

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