Genre: contemporary realist fiction Why it fits this genre: The book presents a story that never happened but could happen. I would use this book to: 1. present students to chapter books. 2. Use the part of the book where Gollie plays a game at the fair to solve a math problem as a class. Then, I could have my students come up with their own word math problems. Summary: This book is about two great friends, Bink and Gollie and their adventure at the state fair. In the first chapter, Bink plays a game called What a Duck to try to win the wold's biggest donut. In the end, Bink is unable to win the big donut so she ends up buying multiple bags of little donuts. In the second chapter, Gollie volunteers at the fair's talent show but is unable to express her talent due to her stage fright. In the third chapter, Bink and Gollie go see a fortune teller who tells them that they will be friends in the future. Media: digital Critique: "Bink & Gollie: Two for One" is a great example of contemporary realistic fiction because it is relatable. For example, children can relate to either Bink or Gollies character. Also, children can relate to Bink and Gollie's adventure at the state fair because many children like to go to fairs. Children can also relate to Bink and Gollie's friendship.