Questioners are curious and like to know how and why things happened. They tend to be logical, skeptical, deep-thinkers who always seek the truth when something doesn’t seem quite right. Questioners may also find it difficult to trust others. Ever been told you interrupt others too much? Yep, you’re a Questioner!
Escapists are interested in worlds that are very different from ours. They enjoy reading books in series with strong world-building, fantasy creatures, and well-developed characters. They especially love stories with a quest or journey! Escapists are often introverts and may prefer the company of books over people, and they have perfected the art of reading while walking.
You are an Innovator! Innovators are good at many things, but they are superstars in subjects like science, technology, and math. Innovators are smart, creative, and like lots of action. Like Questioners, Innovators may find it difficult to trust others.
Realists prefer to stay in the real world. They tend to like books and movies that are about teens with family or social issues, bullying, illness, homelessness, etc. Realists enjoy reading about other people’s problems, even though the stories are sometimes very sad.
History Buffs love stories that are set in the past. Many History Buffs like reading about a certain time period, such as colonial times or during a war. History Buffs are very lucky as readers because there is so much history to choose from!
Thrill-Seekers love to get their adrenaline pumping with high-suspense or a good scare. They may also enjoy riding fast roller-coasters, jumping off the high dive, and watching the scariest movies they can find! Thrill-seekers often ask for the scariest books in the library.
Class Clowns are easy-going and take each day as it comes. They love a good laugh! Class Clowns may say they “don’t like to read,” but often, they have only been reading books that are too serious, too difficult, or assigned for school.
Romantics love books and movies that focus on realistic social relationships, particularly friendships or romance among characters that are their own age. When reading the right books for them, Romantics often get VERY into the stories and may feel like the characters are people they know. Romantics make the best friends because they value close peer relationships and understand complex emotions.