Crispin: the Cross of Lead. Falsely accused of larceny and slaying. an orphaned provincial male child in 14th-century England flees his small town and meets a epic juggler who holds a unsafe secret. Newbery Medal. AR 7. 0/Level 5. 0. Historical Fiction. Avi. Nothing but the Truth: a Documentary Novel. A ninth-grader’s suspension for singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” during home room becomes a national intelligence narrative. Newbery Honor. AR 4. 0 pts/Level 3. 6. Fiction. Barrett. Tracy. Anna of Byzantium.
In the 11th century the teenage princess Anna Comnena battles for her birthright. the throne to the Byzantine Empire. which she fears will be taken from her by her younger brother John because he is a male child. AR 8. 0 pts/Level 6. 4. Historical Fiction. Barron. T. A. The Lost Years of Merlin. Prequel to The Seven Songs of Merlin. A immature male child who has neither individuality nor memory of his past washes ashore on the seashore of Wales and finds his true name after a series of antic escapades. Blackwood. Gary L. The Shakespeare Stealer.
A immature orphan male child is ordered by his maestro to infiltrate Shakespeare’s moving company in order to steal the book of “Hamlet. ” but he discovers alternatively the significance of friendly relationship and trueness. AR 7. 0 pts/Level 5. 2. Historical Fiction. Blackwood. Gary L. Shakespeare’s Scribe. Sequel to: The Shakespeare Stealer. In plague-ridden 1602 England. a fifteen-year-old orphan male child. who has become an apprentice histrion. goes on the route with Shakespeare’s company. and finds out more about his parents along the manner. AR 10. 0 pts/Level 6. 1. Historical Fiction. Blackwood. Gary L. Shakespeare’s Spy.
Sequel to: Shakespeare’s Scribe. The winter of 1602 brings many alterations for Widge. a immature learner at London’s Globe Theatre. as he becomes infatuated with Shakespeare’s girl Judith. efforts to compose a drama. learns more about his yesteryear. endangers himself to assist a friend. acquires a new individuality. and finds a new intent in life. AR 11. 0 pts/Level 5. 7. Historical Fiction. Bradbury. Ray. Dandelion Wine. In a little town in 1928. a 12 year-old male child relishs the thaumaturgy of childhood and the admirations of summer. AR 10. 0 platinums. Fiction. Bronte. Charlotte. Jane Eyre.
The narrative of an orphaned immature English adult female who accepts employment as a governess at Thornfield Hall. a state estate owned by the cryptically distant Mr. Rochester. AR 33 pts/Level 7. 9. Authoritative Fiction. Crossley-Holland. Kevin. At the Crossing-Places. Sequel to: The Seeing Stone. Thirteen-year-old Arthur. now functioning as a squire to Lord Stephen of Holt Castle. turns his attending to carry throughing some of his other dreams. such as run intoing his birth female parent. get marrieding the beautiful Winnie. and most of all. going a Crusader. AR 12. 0 pts/Level 4. 4 Fiction. Crossley-Holland. Kevin. The Sing Stone.
Book One. In late twelfth century England. a thirteen-year-old male child named Arthur recounts how Merlin gives him a charming visual perception rock which shows him images of the legendary King Arthur. the events of his life seem to hold many analogues to his ain. AR 10. 0 pts/Level 4. 3. Fiction. Curry. Jane Louise. The Black Canary. As the kid of two instrumentalists. twelve-year-old James has no involvement in music until he discovers a portal to seventh-century London in his uncle’s cellar. and finds himself in a state of affairs where his beautiful voice and the fact that he is biracial might function him good.
AR 8. 0 pts/Level 6. 1. Cushman. Karen. Catherine. Called Birdy. The thirteen-year-old girl of an English state knight keeps a diary in which she records the events of her life. peculiarly her yearning for escapades beyond the usual function of adult females and her attempts to avoid being married off. AR 8. 0 pts/Level 6. 4. Historical Fiction. Cushman. Karen. Matilda Bone. Fourteen-year-old Matilda. an learner bonesetter and practician of medical specialty in a small town in mediaeval England. attempts to accommodate the assorted facets of her life. both religious and practical.
AR 5. 0 pts/Level 5. 7. Historical Fiction. Cushman. Karen. The Midwife’s Apprentice. In mediaeval England. a nameless. homeless miss is taken in by a sharp-tempered accoucheuse. and in malice of obstructions and adversity. finally additions the three things she most wants: a full belly. a contented bosom. and a topographic point in this universe. Newbery Medal. AR 3. 0 pts/Level 6. 0. Historical Fiction. DeAngeli. Marguerite. The Door in the Wall. In the Middle Ages a immature male child crippled by the pestilence has an adventuresome journey from London to the palace where he becomes a page.
AR 4. 0 pts/Level 6. 2. Historical Fiction. Edwards. Julie Andrews. Dragon: Hound of Honor. In mediaeval France. an Irish wolfhound helps work out the slaying of his maestro. the darling boy of the Count de Montdidier and leader of the Royal Bodyguard in the tribunal of Charles V. In the Noble and Dangerous Times of mediaeval France. the immature knight Aubrey de Montdidier. nephew of the Count of Montargis. has been queerly murdered. His friend the brave Sieur DeNarsac. captain of the count’s men-at-arms. and Thierry. a immature page. must now work out the tragic enigma.
Yet it is a brilliant white wolfhound by the name of Dragon — Montdidier’s faithful comrade — who brings an unexpected. flooring decision to the mystifier of his master’s prematurely decease. New York Times best-selling writers Julie Andrews Edwards and Emma Walton Hamilton weave a tapestry of machination. power. trueness. and friendly relationship in this novel based on the capturing Gallic fable of Montargis. AR 5. 0 pts/Level 5. 8. Historical Fiction. DePrau. Jeanne. The City of Ember.
In the twelvemonth 241. twelve-year-old Lina trades occupations on Assignment Day to be a Messenger to run to new topographic points in her decaying but darling metropolis. possibly even to glimpse Unknown Regions. AR 9. 0 pts/Level 5. 0. Fantasy Fiction. Farmer. Nancy. The Sea of Trolls. After Jack becomes apprenticed to a Druid bard. he and his small sister Lucy are captured by Viking Berserkers and taken to the place of King Ivar the Boneless and his half-troll queen. taking Jack to set about a critical pursuit to Jotunheim. place of the trolls. AR 16. 0 pts/Level 4. 7.
Norse Mythology – Fiction. Fitzgerald. F. Scott. The Great Gatsby. The tragic narrative of the affluent Jay Gatsby and his effort to win back the love of Daisy Buchanan. AR 8. 0 pts/Level 7. 3. Authoritative Fiction. Flake. Sharon G. The Skin I’m In. Thirteen-year-old Maleeka. uncomfortable because her tegument is highly dark. meets a new instructor with a nevus on her face and makes some finds about how to love who she is and what she looks like. AR 4. 0 pts/Level 4. 1. Fiction. Hemingway. Ernest. The Old Man and the Sea. AR 4. 0. Degree 5. 1.
Authoritative Fiction. Hiaasen. Carl. Hoot. Roy. who is new to his little Florida community. becomes involved in another boy’s effort to salvage a settlement of tunneling bird of Minerva from a proposed building site. Newbery Honor. AR 9. 0 pts/Level 5. 2. Fiction. Jarvis. Robin. The Alchemist’s Cat. Will Godwin escapes to London and becomes an helper to the evil alchemist. Elias Spittle. who sends Will on an errand where he finds and rescues a female parent cat and her kitties which sparks an extraordinary narrative of black magic and slaying. AR Level 6. 4. Fantasy Fiction.
Kelly. Eric Philbrook. The Trumpeter of Krakow. A Polish household in the Middle Ages guards a great secret hoarded wealth and a boy’s memory of an earlier cornetist of Krakow makes it possible for him to salvage his male parent. Newbery Medal. AR 10. 0/Level 7. 0. Historical Fiction. Keyes. Daniel. Flowers for Algernon. AR 13. 0 pts/Level 5. 8. Modern Authoritative Fiction. Knowles. John. A Separate Peace. Gene Forrester looks back 15 old ages to a World War II twelvemonth in which he and his best friend Phineas were roomies in a New Hampshire get oning school.
Their friendly relationship is marred by Finny’s stultifying autumn. an event for which Gene is responsible and one that finally leads to tragedy. AR 10. 0 pts/ Level 6. 9. Authoritative Fiction. Levitin. Sonia. The Cure. A immature male child life in 2407 collides with the yesteryear when he finds himself in Strasbourg in 1348 facing the antisemitism that sweeps through Europe during the Black Plague. AR 9. 0 pts/Level 4. 7. Fantasy Fiction. Lupica. Mike. Summer Ball. Thirteen-year-old Danny must turn out himself all over once more for a disapproving manager and against new challengers at a summer hoops cantonment. AR Level 5. 3. Sports Fiction.
Marsh. Katherine. The Night Tourist. After 14-year-old classics prodigy Jack Perdu has a close fatal accident he meets Euri. a immature shade who introduces him to New York’s Underworld. where those who died in New York reside until they are ready to travel on. and Jack vows to happen his dead female parent at that place. AR Level 4. 8. Edgar Award Best Juvenile Mystery 2008. McKay. Hilary. Permanent Rose. While seeking to reconnect with her friend Tom. who has returned to the United States without go forthing a forwarding reference. eight-year-old Rose unwittingly discovers the individuality of her adoptive sister Saffy’s male parent.
AR 6. 0 pts/Level 4. 7. Meyer. Carolyn. Mary. Bloody Mary. Mary Tudor. who would reign briefly as Queen of England during the mid-sixteenth century. tells the narrative of her troubled childhood as girl of King Henry VIII. AR 8. 0 pts/Level 6. 3. Historical Fiction. McNaughton. Janet Elizabeth. The Secret under My Skin. In the twelvemonth 2368. worlds exist under dire environmental conditions and one immature adult female. rescued from a work cantonment and chosen for a particular responsibility. uses her love of larning to detect the truth about the planet’s hereafter and her ain dark yesteryear.
AR 10. 0 platinums. /Level 4. 1. Science Fiction. Murdock. Catherine. Princess Ben: Bing a Wholly Truthful Account of Her Various Discoveries and Misadventures. Recounted to the Best of Her Recollection. in Four Partss. A miss is transformed. through direction in life at tribunal. finding and thaumaturgy. from sullen. pudgy. graceless Ben into Crown Princess Benevolence. a fit swayer of the land of Montagne as it faces war with adjacent Drachensbett. AR 11. 0 pts/Level 7. 9. Nanji. Shenaaz. Child of Dandelions.
In Uganda in 1972. fifteen-year-old Sabine and her household. affluent citizens of Indian descent. seek to continue their normal life during the 90 yearss allowed by President Idi Amin for all foreign Indians to go forth the state. while soldiers and others terrorize them and people disappear. AR 7. 0 pts/Level 4. 8. Historical fiction. Osborne. Mary Pope. The Final Battle. Presents an extract from Homer’s Odyssey where Odysseus returns to Ithaca and finds that he must contend to recover control from those who are blighting his household. Classical Mythology. Fiction. Osborne. Mary Pope. The Gray-Eyed Goddess.
Retells the portion of Homer’s Odyssey in which Odysseus is trapped on Calypso’s island and his boy Telemachus goes in hunt of him. AR 1. 0 pt/Level 5. 3. Classical Mythology. Fiction. Osborne. Mary Pope. The Knight at Dawn. The charming tree house whisks Jack and Annie back to the Middle Ages. where they explore a palace and are helped by a cryptic knight. AR 1. 0 pt/Level 2. 9. Time Travel — Fiction. Osborne. Mary Pope. The Land of the Dead. A retelling of portion of The Odyssey in Odysseus and his fleet continue their journey and brush giant man-eaters. a beautiful enchantress. and the Land of the Dead.
AR Fall 2006. Classical Grecian Mythology – Fiction. Osborne. Mary Pope. Sirens and Sea Monsters. Retells the portion of Homer’s “Odyssey” in which Odysseus meets Circe and battles against the Sirens and Scylla and Charybdis. AR 1. 0 platinum. /Level 5. 3. Classical Grecian Mythology – Fiction. Park. Linda Sue. A Single Shard. Tree-ear. a thirteen-year-old orphan in mediaeval Korea. lives under a span in a potters’ small town. and longs to larn how to throw the delicate celadon ceramics himself. Newbery Medal. AR 6. 0 pts/Level 6. 6. Historical Fiction.
Peet. Mal. Keeper. Paul Faustino learns about world-famous goalie. El Gato’s brush with a mystical wise man named the Keeper. in the South American rain wood and the charming lessons he learned under his tuition that helped him go the best in the universe. AR 8. 0 pts/Level 5. 1. Sports Fiction. Bildungsroman. Philip. Neil. Robin Hood. Recounts the life and escapades of Robin Hood. the legendary criminal of Sherwood Forest who dedicated himself to contending dictatorship. Folklore—Adaptations and retellings. Prevost. Guillaume. The Book of Time.
Sam Faulkner travels back in clip to medieval Ireland. antediluvian Egypt. Renaissance Bruges. and even Dracula’s Castle in hunt of his losing male parent. AR 9. 0 pts/Level 5. 6. Time travel. Pyle. Howard. Otto of the Silver Hand. Authoritative Fiction. Riordan. Rick. The Lightning Thief. ( Book 1 ) Percy. expelled from six schools. for being unable to command his pique. learns the truth from his female parent that his male parent is the Grecian God Poseidon. and is sent to Camp Half-Blood where he is befriended by a Satyr and the superman of Athena who join him in a journey to the Underworld to recover Zeus’ lightning bolt and forestall a ruinous war.
AR 13 pts/Level 4. 7. Riordan. Rick. The Sea of Monsters. ( Book 2 ) Percy and his friends set out to happen his best friend. Grover. who is held captive on an island someplace in the Bermuda Triangle. before heading out to salvage Camp Half-Blood from the fabulous monsters. AR 9. 0 pts/Level 4. 6. Riordan. Rick. The Titan’s Curse. ( Book 3 ) When the goddess Artemis disappears while runing a rare. ancient monster. a group of her followings joins Percy and his friends to happen and deliver her before the winter solstice. when her influence is needed to rock the Olympic Council sing the war with the Titans.
AR 10. 0 pts/ Level 4. 2. Scott. Michael. The Alchemyst. While working at summer occupations in San Francisco. twins Sophie and Josh find themselves caught up in the deathly. centuries-old battle between rival alchemists. Nicholas Flamel and John Dee. over the ownership of an antediluvian and powerful book. AR 14. 0 pts/Level 6. 4. Shelley. Mary Wollstonecraft. Frankenstein. Feats of Frankenstein. an idealistic Genevan pupil of natural doctrine. who discovers at the university the secret of leaving life to inanimate affair. Authoritative Science Fiction. Sonnenblick. Jordan. Zen and the Art of Forging It.
When thirteen-year-old San Lee moves to a new town and school for the umteenth clip. he is looking for a manner to stand out when his cognition of Zen Buddhism. gained in his old school. provided the reply – and the demand to rapidly go a convincing Zen maestro. AR 7. 0 pts/Level 5. 2. Spinelli. Jerry. Smiles to Go. Will Tuppence’s life has ever been ruled by scientific discipline and common sense but in 9th class. shaken up by the find that protons decay. he begins to see the full universe otherwise and additions new position on his relationships with his small sister and two closest friends.
AR 5. 0 pts/Level 3. 3. Spinner. Stephanie. Quiver. Sixteen-year-old Atalanta. abandoned as an baby. has grown to go a celebrated bowman and swiftest mortal alive due to the intercession of Artemis. goddess of the Hunt. so when the male parent who forsook her so many old ages before issues an ultimatum that Atalanta marry and bring forth an inheritor. she counters with the status that the adult male she weds must be able to outdo her in a foot race or dice. AR 4. 0 pts/Level 5. 0. Classical Grecian Mythology—Fiction. Staples. Suzanne Fisher Dangerous Skies.
Hypocrisy and prejudice turn events in such a manner as to implicate two kids. one from a outstanding white household and the other an Afro-american. in a slaying. AR 9. 0 pts/Level 5. 8. Verne. Jules. A Journey to the Centre of the Earth. Professor Hardwigg. his nephew Harry. and their usher Hans explore a volcanic crater in Iceland that leads them to the centre of the Earth and to incredible and dismaying finds. AR 17. 0 pts/Level 9. 9. Authoritative Fiction. Wells. H. G. ( Herbert George ) The Time Machine. A scientist invents a clip machine and uses it to go to the twelvemonth 802. 701 A.
D. . where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the horrid resistance Morlocks. AR 6. 0 pts/Level 7. 4. Authoritative Science Fiction. Wells. H. G. ( Herbert George ) The War of the Worlds. AR 11. 0 pts/Level 9. . 1. Authoritative Science Fiction. Winthrop. Elizabeth. The Castle in the Attic. A gift of a plaything palace. complete with silver knight. introduces William to an escapade affecting thaumaturgy and a personal pursuit. AR 6. 0 pts/Level 4. 9. Fiction. White. T. H. ( Terence Hanbury ) . The Sword in the Stone. AR 16. 0 pts/Level 7. 5. Authoritative Fiction. King Arthur Legend. Woodruff. Elvira.
The Ravenmaster’s Secret: Escape from the Tower of London. The boy of the Ravenmaster at the Tower of London befriends a Jacobite Rebel being held captive at that place. AR 7. 0 pts/Level 5. 2. Fiction. Yolen. Jane. Atalanta and the Arcadian Beast. Twelve-year-old Atalanta discovers a place and friendly relationship with a bear. misconstruing from town-dwellers. and stewing regard from the great huntsman Orion. as she and the bear pursue the cryptic animal that killed her male parent. Classical Grecian mythology. Fictional retelling. Yolen. Jane. Jason and the Gorgon’s Blood.
Jason. who will turn up to go the caput of the Argonauts. leads five other male childs on a unsafe pursuit to salvage the land of Iolcus. larning along the manner what it means to be in bid. Classical Grecian mythology. Fictional retelling. Yolen. Jane. Odysseus and the Serpent Maze. Thirteen-year-old Odysseus. who longs to be a hero. has many chances to turn out himself during an escapade which involves plagiarists and lecher. a trip to Crete’s Labyrinth. and the two immature misss. Penelope and Helen. who play a major function in his future life. AR Fall 2006. Classical Grecian mythology.
Fictional retelling. Yolen. Jane. Sword of the Rightful King. Merlinnus the magician devises a manner for King Arthur to turn out himself the rightful male monarch of England–pulling a blade from a stone–but problem arises when person else removes the blade foremost. AR 10. 0 pts/Level 5. 1. Fiction. Zindel. Paul. The Doom Stone. When fifteen-year-old Jackson visits his aunt in England. he becomes caught up in a pursuit to capture an unknown animal who is stalking and killing people on the fields environing ancient Stonehenge. AR 5. 0 pts/Level 5. 2. Fiction. NONFICTION Armstrong. Lance.
It’s non about the Motorcycle: My Journey Back to Life. Celebrates the exultant calling of Lance Armstrong. five-time victor of the Tour de France. AR Level 6. 7. Autobiography. Carson. Ben. Gifted Handss: the Ben Carson Story. The narrative of an Afro-american brain surgeon that spent his childhood in inner-city Detroit. Autobiography. Dyer. Daniel. Jack London: a Biography. Jack London. known as one of the great American escapade narrative writers. led a life as exciting and colorful as the Fiction he created. seeking his manus at everything from the Klondike gold haste. to sailing around the universe.
AR Fall 2006. Biography. Galloway. Priscilla. Archers. Alchemists. and 98 Other Medieval Jobs You Might Have Loved or Loathed. Describe a broad scope of businesss in the Middle Ages in a humourous mode. Gunther. John. Death Be Not Proud. AR 8. 0 platinums. /Level 8. 0. Authoritative Fiction. Howarth. Sarah. Medieval People. Describe the mundane lives of 13 mediaeval people. through the usage of citations. instance surveies. and illustrations of the clip. Roles include the chronicler. the male monarch. the Catholic Pope. bishop. knight. pilgrim. lady. trumpeter. monastic. physician. heretic. Mason. and the merchandiser.
Howarth. Sarah. Medieval Places. Lies. Betty Bonham. Earth’s Daughters: Narratives of Women in Classical Mythology. Describes the adult females in classical mythology and presents more than 60 narratives about them on subjects such as the creative activity. pride. beauty. and jealousy. bravery. independency. and more. AR 13. 0/Level 7. 0. Classical Mythology. Li-Marcus. Moying. Snow Falling in Spring: Coming of Age in China during the Cultural Revolution. The writer reveals the events of her life from age 12 to adulthood when the cultural revolution of Mao Zedong destroyed household imposts and life as they knew it.
AR 7. 0 pts/Level 7. 1. Biography. MacDonald. Fiona. How Would You Survive in the Middle Ages? Transports readers back to medieval times by giving elaborate information on the facets of day-to-day life. Nonfiction. Mah. Adeline Yen. Chinese Cinderella: the True Story of an Unwanted Daughter. The writer tells the narrative of her painful childhood in China where she lived until the age of 14 with her male parent. stepmother. and siblings. all of whom considered her bad fortune because her female parent died shortly after giving birth to her. AR 8. 0 pts/Level 5. 7. Memoir. Nelson. Peter.
Left for Dead: a Young Man’s Search for Justice for the USS Indianapolis. Recalls the sinking of the U. S. S. Indianapolis at the terminal of World War II. the Navy cover-up and unjust tribunal Martial of the ship’s captain. and how a immature male child helped the subsisters set the record straight fifty-five old ages subsequently. Nonfiction. Nye. Naomi Shihab. 19 Assortments of Gazelle: Poems of the Middle East. Philbrick. Nathaniel. Retaliation of the Whale: the True Story of the Whaleship Essex. Recounts the 1820 sinking of the whaleship “Essex” by an angered sperm giant and how the crew of immature work forces survived against impossible odds.
Based on the author’s grownup book In the Heart of the Sea. AR 9. 0 pts/Level 8. 3. Nonfiction. Wiesel. Elie. Night. An autobiographical narration. in which the writer describes his experiences in Nazi concentration cantonments. AR 4. 0 pts/Level 4. 8. Authoritative Memoir. SERIES AND AUTHORS Barron. T. A. The Lost Years of Merlin and all books in this series. Accelerated Reader. Canfield. Jack. Chicken Soup series. Creech. Sharon. Farley. Walter. Black Stallion series. Funke. Cornelia Caroline. Inkheart series. Gantos. Jack. Joey Pigza series. Follow Joey with his Attention deficit disorder in this boys’ favourite series.
George. Jean Craighead. Gutman. Dan. Honus & A ; Me ( Baseball Card Series ) Haddix. Margaret Peterson. Hobbs. Will. Try any of his escapade and endurance books. Jacques. Brian. Redwall series. Korman. Gordon. Lawrence. Iain. The Wreckers. The Smugglers. etc. Lewis. C. S. The Chronicles of Narnia and seek another series by Lewis … Lewis. C. S. Out of the Silent Planet. The first of a trilogy. The rubric of the 2nd: Perelandra. and the 3rd: That Hideous Strength. A philologue is kidnapped and taken via starship from England to Malacandra where he escapes and goes on the tally.
AR 10. 0 pts/Level 7. 4. McCaffrey. Anne. Fantasy Fiction series. Michaelsen. Ben. Nix. Garth: Sabriel Lirael Abhorsen. Nix. Garth: Mister Monday series. Oppel. Kenneth. Paulsen. Gary. Philbrick. W. R. ( W. Rodman ) Freak the Mighty. Max the Mighty. Tolkien. J. R. R. ( John Ronald Reuel ) : The Hobbit: or. there and back once more. AR 16. 0 pts/Level 6. 6. Authoritative Fantasy Fiction. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. AR 29. 0 pts/Level 6. 1. Authoritative Fantasy Fiction. Woodson. Jacqueline. Try her books which are particularly enjoyed by African American middle school pupils.