Donnie will, like MaryEllen, read down the list this year, one book at a time. I am not sure if this will work for him because his attention span is shorter. He might like reading about a few different topics. We will try it and see how he likes it.
I just noticed that Donnie’s pattern is textbook, literature, biography instead of textbook, biography, literature like I did MaryEllen’s booklist. 🙂
I found some nice biographies at our local used bookshop. They are easy reads, but I wanted them more for the Godly example in these men and women.
Donnie’s 7th Grade Reading List
|The Story of Liberty – Finish||Charles Coffin|
|Robin Hood||J. Walker McSpadden|
|The Pilgrim Who Made Progress||William Deal|
|Sweet Land of Liberty||Charles Coffin|
|The Jungle Book||Rudyard Kipling|
|A Man Sent of God||Merle McClurkan Heath|
|A Beka Geography|
|The Prince and the Pauper||Mark Twain|
|Air Adventures||Graeme Cook|
|Notgrass World History Volume 1|
|The Case For Christ For Teens||Strobel|
|The Case For a Creator For Teens||Strobel|
|The Case For Faith For Teens||Strobel|
|White Fang||Jack London|
|Frontier of the Heart||Reverend Ralph W. Beiting|
|God Can Move Mountains||Reverend Ralph W. Beiting|
|Notgrass World History Volume 2|
|The Impossible Journey of Sir Ernest Shackleton||William Bixby|
|A Beka Biology|
|Carry On Mr. Bowditch||Jean Lee Latham|
|The Call of the Wild||Jack London|
|Harriet Beecher Stowe||Jean Fritz|
Donnie’s list is also long, but whatever he doesn’t finish will also be rolled over either to the summer or next years booklist.
What is your 7th grader reading?
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