[aisle] Novel Suggestions for 7th Grade
ahamernick at orland135.org
Tue May 21 15:28:49 CDT 2019
There's a little "killing" but what about A Long Walk for Water?
On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 12:44 PM Amanda Kuzminski via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:
> Hello Collective Mind!
> I have a seventh grade LA teacher looking to do a new class novel next
> year, and my suggestions so far have fallen flat. Here's what she's
> looking for:
> - 7th grade, but a bit higher level
> - Relatively new - published since 2010 or so
> - Story that hits the ground running and keeps running
> - Characters/plot that appeals to the boys
> - Not dystopian
> - No killing or gratuitous violence
> - Preferably no sad family deaths
> - Mystery would be great
> - Happy ending
> She's not picky. LOL! Help!!! Please!!! Thank you for any suggestions
> you may have!
> *Amanda Kuzminski*
> *Library Media Specialist*
> Orland Junior High School
> Orland Park, IL
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