Chips to Conrack to Miss Nelson is Missing. Why provide your student with supplemental reading? As the Earth begins to shake, the residents of Atherton wonder what is happening to their world and their societies as the upper echelon begins to sink into the lower tier.
Humiliated but still determined, Pape is convinced that El Jefe, the most revered prizefighter in Mexico, is their ticket to financial salvation. The book is filled with wonderful photographs of the tree kangaroos, their lush forest habitat, and other exotic plants and animals. Find Do the Funky Pickle at your local library.
Can Wil bridge the growing gap between himself and the rest of the world? When students read, they are passing through their minds well edited and carefully considered sentences.
Sy Montgomery, illustrated by: The Language of Friendship at your local library. I challenge you to try to pry this out of the hands of your fourth-grade adventure lover. Ronald Himler - Putnam, 80 pages. They run a small garage, the Snowdonia Oasis Auto Marvel, on the brink of insolvency.
The Cricket in Times Square has been initiating bookworms since and shows no sign of stopping. Janell Cannon - Harcourt, 48 pages.
Roald Dahl, illustrated by: The Secret Life of Bees.
Click on the story link for a complete description and books reviews if you want to learn more. Her older sister is her best friend and she had so many plans with her when they got older.
Reading helps practice the lost art of focus. Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow by: Find Matilda at your local library.
These days, fantasy-series books rule the bookshelves, yet this quiet tale of friendship endures. The Best of Times: A terrific book for reluctant readers and discussion groups, it packs a load of emotional and intellectual depth into a very accessible package.
We suggest a broad array of topics for 8th-grade reading because many students are still discovering what areas of interest fascinate them the most.
This kit contains helpful directions for starting a book club and includes question cards, bookmarks and activity cards. This suspenseful tale is based on a true story and makes for an amazing read. Kids who like fantasy stories. Readers will encounter the whipping of slaves, a forced fight in which a slave loses an eye, the death of a baby in a rainstorm and a suicide.
Kids who like science and nature. The Misadventures of Maude March by: Putnam's Sons, pages. Eric Fortune - Atheneum, pages. It has a noble pedigree, from Goodbye, Mr.
When a mysterious beast is rumored to be stomping on flower beds and scratching up cars, Alonzo is called on for his monster expertise.Here is a graphic preview for all the 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade and 12th grade Book Report Worksheets.
SIXTH GRADE SUMMER READING LIST Take aim at the "Summer Slide" and get your students excited about reading with these titles picked specifically for kids at the sixth grade reading level. Book Report - Concept Maps. Book Report Form - Fiction & Non-Fiction - Kindergarten-Second Grade.
Book Report Form - Fiction - Third-Fifth Grade. Book Report Form - Non-Fiction - Third-Fifth Grade. Popular 8th Grade Books (showing of 1,) The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1) by.
Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Catching Fire (The Hunger Games, #2) by. Suzanne Collins (shelved 74 times as 8th-grade).
8th Grade Summer Reading List (ages 13+) I’m calling this list the 8th-grade summer reading list but it’s really for all teenagers, 8th grade through 12th grade. I’ve marked just a few books with an asterisk that may be better for more mature readers.
Prepare your 13 or 14 year old for high school with our 8th grade novels, boxed-sets and nonfiction. Our eighth grade selection is up to 30% off.Download