Shop 7th Grade Books Here | The Scholastic Parent StorePrint book list. Half-fairy and half-mortal with African-American heritage, Callie must piece together the truth about her past to rescue her family. She embarks on a cross-country adventure, uncovering some dark secrets along the way. This richly imaginative and well-researched series cleverly combines fascinating historical details about the Dust Bowl era with folklore and fantasy. Parents should note a few uses of historically accurate racial slurs, like the N-word.
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He knows. Teachers kept giving him what they considered classics, but those middle school books had nothing to do with who he was and what he saw each day. So he never touched them. Middle school kids today are coming of age in a time when they will have more access to information than ever before but lack the tools for integration. Giving them the tools to build a reading identity first will give them what they need to grow into whom they really want to be.
They have highlighted, enticed and persuaded others to fall in love with their selected book. And I have taken note. It turns out my students have very good taste when it comes to books. Some of these are fine for all 7th graders, some are more mature, I am including them all so that you can make your own decision. All parents are informed of the range of books that are present in our classroom library so that students can choose something that speaks to them.
Books shelved as grade The Giver by Lois Lowry, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, Scythe by Neal Shusterman, Wonder by R.J. Palacio, and.
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Print book list. After ten miserable years, he thrillingly escapes and acquires a hidden treasure on the island of Monte Cristo. Meticulously, he devotes himself to getting revenge on the three jealous enemies who framed him. This is a page-turner filled with suspense, vivid characterizations, intricate conspiracies, fight scenes, passionate romance, shrewd social satire, satisfying vengeance, and a happily-ever-after ending. Find The Count of Monte Cristo at your local library.