Summer Reading


Summer Reading 2016

Students are responsible for reading the book(s) and having an individual copy of the book(s) for assessment at the beginning of the school year.

Grade 8-  All 8th grade students will read BOTH of the following:

Call of the Wild by Jack London

I, Juan de Pareja by Elizabeth Borton de Trevino

Grade 9 – All freshmen Honors students will read BOTH of the following, and freshmen CP1 Students will read ONE of the following:

Hole in My Life – by Jack Gantos

Code Talker:  A Novel about the Navajo Marines of WWII – by Joseph Bruchac

All freshmen CP students will read the following:

Monster – by Walter Dean Myers

Grade 10 – All sophomore Honors students will read BOTH of the following and all CP1 students will read ONE of the following books:

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian – by Sherman Alexie

Call Me by My Name – by John Ed Bradley

All sophomore CP students will read the following:

Ranger’s Apprentice:  The Burning Bridge (Book 2) – by John Flanagan

Grade 11 – All junior CP1 students will read he following:

The Boys in the Boat – by Daniel James Brown

All junior Honors students will read BOTH of the following:

The Boys in the Boat – by Daniel James Brown

Beowulf: A New Verse Translation – by Seamus Heaney

All junior CP students will read the following:

Maus: Vol. 1, My Father Bleeds History – by Art Spiegelman

All junior AP students will read BOTH of the following:

The Greatest Generation – by Tom Brokaw

When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi – by David Maraniss

Grade 12 – All senior CP1 students will read the following books:

Peace Like A River – by Lief Enger

All senior Honors students will read the following:

Peace Like A River – by Lief Enger

Lit Up by David Denby

All senior CP students will read the following:

The Art of Racing in the Rain – by Garth Stein

All senior AP students will read BOTH of the following:

Great Expectations – by Charles Dickens

Beowulf: A New Verse Translation – by Seamus Heaney