Also includes letter to parents and book assignments.
7, 8, 9th Grade Book List (Anna Zanarini, Bingham Creek Library, Salt Lake County Library System, UT): PDF file.
Author, title, one-line summary, webcat link for over 35 books, about 5 each in categories of classics, ghosts, horror stories, monsters, scary stories, vampires, and werewolves.
Ghost Stories (Evanston Public Library, IL): Lists about a dozen 'ghost stories for young adults,' with author, title, summary, publication year, from Pam Conrad's by Vivian Vande Velde. Funny Fiction for Teens (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for about 55 novels, from Douglas Adams' .
Author, title, genre, summary, and links to webcatalog info for over 95 books. Incoming Juniors Summer Reading List (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Summer 2003 Reading List for Wakefield High School (Mass.) incoming juniors.
Author, title, genre, summary, and links to webcatalog info for over 100 books. Fiction for Grades 11-12 (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for about 25 books (mostly novels), from Maya Angelou's .
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Wheaton Public Library, IL): Author, title, and webcatalog link for 8 books Buffy fans might like. (Louisville Free Public Library, KY): Fiction about magic and witchcraft. If You Liked The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins ... (Kingston Frontenac Public Library, Ontario): Author, title, webcat link, brief summary for 20 books that fans of William Golding's by John Wyndham. If You Like , which contains these elements: 'History, Racism, the Legal System, Southern setting, Mystery, Courtroom Drama, Morality, The Father as Hero, and a strong youthful narrative voice.' Author, title, webcat link, and short summary for about 15 titles, from William Armstrong's .
Author, title, summary for about 30 titles listed in three groups: Historical, Contemporary and Fantastic, and Series. (Central Rappahannock Regional Library, Fredericksburg, VA): Author, title, summary for 11 other adventure/dystopia fiction titles for teens. Books for teens who love The Hunger Games (Telegraph): Eight or nine books and series suggested for kids who like The Hunger Games trilogy, with author, title, slight summary and rationale. Redwall Read-Alikes: For Teens and Adults (Edmonton Public Library, Canada): Author, title, webcat link for books for teen readers (12 books) and adults (8 books) similar to Brian Jacques' Redwall series. John Marsden 'Tomorrow Series' Read-a-likes (Invercargill City Libraries, NZ): Author and title for over 20 books/series similar to this one.
Also web resources on the topic and links to cited authors' homepages/interviews. Just for Laughs, Grades 6-8 (Harford County Public Library, MD): Author, title, summary for about 10 humourous novels for young teens, from If You Like ...
Books on Death and Dying for Teens (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for over 55 novels (and one non-fiction book) about death and dying, from Joan Abelove's by Rachel Cohn. Death, Dying and Grief (Santa Clara County Library, CA): Author, title, cover image, grade level, page count, webcat link and summary for about 12 titles, from Paul Acampora's . Author, title, summary for about 15 fiction titles, from N. Divorce, Alcoholic Parents, Custody Battles, Parents Dating: It's not always the end of the world (Jasper County Public Library, IN): Authors, titles, summaries for over 20 children's fiction titles and over 15 teen fiction titles on these topics, mostly on divorce. Diary Fiction for Young Adults (Evanston Public Library, IL): Lists about 15 books, with authors and summaries of books. Diaries, Letters, Journals (Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library, NY) : Author, title, summary for about 45 books, many in series like the Royal Diaries and Dear America. Books for Young Teens about Friendship (Madison Public Library, WI): Title, author, and summary for 15 books, from Recommended Books for Sixth-Eighth Graders (Ann Arbor District Library): Author, title, one-line summary for each of 25 books/series. Summer Reading List For Students Entering Grade 7 (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Summer Reading List for Galvin Middle School (Mass.) 7th graders.
Realistic Fiction about Divorce/Relationships (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for 8 novels, from Betsy Duffey's by Cynthia D. Stoned: Druggie Fiction for the Teenaged Masses (Reading Rants): Author, title, cover image and detailed summary for 6 books about drug use, accompanied by Jennifer's 'Just Say No' message. (Enoch Pratt Free Library - Baltimore): Compiled 2004. Classics For Teens (Logan Library, UT): Author, title, publication year, reading level/genre and webcat link for about 45 titles. Dear Diary: Novels written as diaries or in other alternate formats (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh): Author, title, summary, webcat link for a dozen titles, from Jennifer Bryant's See also Teen Pregnancy and Parenthood. Author, title, summary, and webcat links for 25 fiction titles and 16 non-fiction.
Author, title, summary, and webcat links for 28 fiction and 9 non-fiction titles.
Grade 7 and Grade 8 Summer Reading, 2003 (Exeter-West Greenwich Junior High, RI): Lists titles by category (humor, mystery, biography, adventure, historical fiction, realistic fiction, fantasy and science fiction), followed by authors and summaries for each book.