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Reading List Suggested Reading for Middle School Students Grades 6—8 The following titles are recommended as summer reading both to maintain fluency and reading level and to encourage independent reading.
Students may find these titles at libraries and bookstores. Three Arkadians wander through a fantasy land from one misadventure to another. An out-of-work bean counter, a young woman of mysterious talents, and a poet try to escape the wicked King Bromios and his crooked soothsayers.
Two women, one white and one black, tell the story of their escape from a southern farm during the s and of their difficult journey north to freedom.
Mystery of the Cupboard. After moving to a home his mother recently inherited, Omri uncovers the mystery of the house and its link to a magic cupboard.
A sequel to Indian in the Cupboard. The story of schoolboys who fought during the Civil War to stop the Union troops. A Boy Called Slow: The True Story of Sitting Bull. The true story of a child so deliberate and methodical he was called Slow; he turns out to be Sitting Bull, the Lakota's greatest leader.
Six Iroquois stories illustrated with dramatic scratchboard.
The Moon and I. The author describes her hilarious adventures with a black snake and some comical stories about her first attempts at becoming a professional writer. With Every Drop of Blood. Although Johnny promises his dying father he will not desert the family to fight for the rebel cause, the lure of adventure and financial gain are strong.
The book realistically focuses on the reasons the Civil War was fought as well as the enormity of the suffering of soldiers and civilians. Six high school juniors discover surprising things about themselves and their friends in the diaries they are asked to keep as a three-month English assignment.
In this sequel to Both Sides of Time, Anne Lockwood returns to New York City in the s where she discovers her friends from her former trip are suffering through hard times.
As a time traveler, she must learn nineteenth-century ways to help her friends. Imagine owning a talking toad!
Read about Jennifer's remarkable adventures after she purchases such a talented pet.Reading List Suggested Reading for Middle School Students (Grades 6–8) The following titles are recommended as summer reading both to maintain fluency and reading level and to encourage independent reading.
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SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENTS GRADE/CLASS NOVEL(S) AUTHOR Please note that for books not listing a specific assignment you will have classwork, vocabulary.
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