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BOOKS TO CHOOSE



Dkay
Turkey

BOOKS TO CHOOSE
 
We can īt decide which book to choose for the next term.  Our students are 5th-6th 7th  and 8 th  grades.  They are 10-15 years old.  Any suggestions . Thanks :) 

23 Jun 2009      



Carla Horne
United States

Hi Dkay,

What level are they reading on? If they can read fairly well, you could do The Call of the Wild by Jack London. The company Puffin Graphics did make a graphic novel out of it, and there are movies for it, too. I hope this helps.

Carla

23 Jun 2009     



libertybelle
United States

I īm not sure if you are asking about free reading books or classroom text books.

If you are looking for a free reading book with a great film that truly follows the book - then I would suggest The Body by Stephen King.  The film is called Stand By Me and is about 4 young boys in the late 50īs or early 60 īs. My kids loved it.
It is the only book by Stephen King that is not a horror book.
I usually show a film to re-enforce learning. It also helps the weaker students
understand.
Hope this helps
L
ps - Another teen book is A Walk to Remember. It is also  made as a film.

23 Jun 2009     



fleur
Malta

My daughter who is eleven liked Spiderwick a lot.
You can also watch the film.

23 Jun 2009     



Zora
Canada

My humble vote is for "The Narnia" series... there are 7 books and 6 of which are directly related to each other. They would be a great "carry on" idea - one year they read one book, next year two, third year another two... etc... 

23 Jun 2009