Summer Reading Lists

AP English IV Literature and Composition

(12th grade) REQUIRED summer reading. Read the following novels before the first day of first semester, 2019.
A Tale of Two Cities- Charles Dickens
How to Read Literature Like a Professor- Thomas C. Foster
(12th grade) The following novels are REQUIRED reading that will be read in the spring semester. If students need assistance in acquiring copies of the novels, please email Mrs. Cooper
The Namesake- Jhumpa Lahiri
1984- George Orwell

 

Honors English IV

It is strongly recommended that students enrolled in Honors English IV read George Orwell’s 1984 and Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities over the summer in anticipation of an accelerated reading schedule for this text during the course.

AP English III Language and Composition

(11th grade) REQUIRED summer reading. Read the following novels before the first day of spring semester, 2020.  If students need assistance in acquiring copies of the novels, please email Mrs. Faircloth

The Great Gatsby – Fitzgerald
Their Eyes Were Watching God – Hurston
Into Thin Air – Krakauer

 

Honors English III

It is strongly recommended that students enrolled in Honors English III read The Great Gatsby – Fitzgerald and Their Eyes Were Watching God – Hurston over the summer in anticipation of an accelerated reading schedule for this text during the course.

 

Honors English II

It is strongly recommended that students enrolled in Honors English II read Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist over the summer in anticipation of an accelerated reading schedule for this text during the course.

 

Honors English I

It is strongly recommended that students enrolled in Honors English I read
To Kill a Mockingbird By: Harper Lee over the summer in anticipation of an accelerated reading schedule for this text during the course.

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