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1 This reading list presents a variety of different genres. Reading a variety of genres will help students discover their reading likes and dislikes. We hope that students will discover other books by the authors listed. The suggested summer reading list includes selections from the American Library Association and the Attleboro Public Library Children's’ Librarians. Although the books on the list are appropriate for middle school students, families have different perspectives on what is most suitable for their children. Please review these books carefully before deciding which ones are most appropriate for your child. Most titles are available at the Attleboro Public Library. Phone: (508) Cate Merlin, the Young Adult Services Coordinator can assist in choosing just right books. HUMOR How to Train Your Dragon series Cressida Cowell Dead End in Norvelt Jack Gantos No More Dead Dogs Gordon Korman The Willoughbys Lois Lowry True Meaning of Smekday Adam Rex FAMILY & FRIENDS Because of Mr. Terupt Rob Buyea Al Capone Does My Shirts Gennifer Choldenko Out of My Mind Sharon Draper Rules Cynthia Lord The Wednesday Wars Gary Schmidt MYSTERY Chasing Vermeer trilogy Blue Balliett The Name of this Book is Secret Pseudonymous Bosch Masterpiece Elise Broach The London Eye Mystery Siobhan Dowd The Westing Game Ellen Raskin HISTORICAL Heart of A Samurai Margi Preus The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate Jacqueline Kelly One Crazy Summer Rita Williams Garcia 90 Miles to Havana Enrique Flores-Galbis Dragon’s Gate Lawrence Yep READ WHAT YOU LIKE, LIKE WHAT YOU READ! 2014 SUMMER READING FOR STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 5&6 ATTLEBORO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATTLEBORO, MA This reading list presents a variety of different genres. Reading a variety of genres will help students discover their reading likes and dislikes. We hope that students will discover other books by the authors listed. The suggested summer reading list includes selections from the American Library Association and the Attleboro Public Library Children's’ Librarians. Although the books on the list are appropriate for middle school students, families have different perspectives on what is most suitable for their children. Please review these books carefully before deciding which ones are most appropriate for your child. Most titles are available at the Attleboro Public Library. Phone: (508) Cate Merlin, the Young Adult Services Coordinator can assist in choosing just right books. HUMOR How to Train Your Dragon series Cressida Cowell Dead End in Norvelt Jack Gantos No More Dead Dogs Gordon Korman The Willoughbys Lois Lowry True Meaning of Smekday Adam Rex FAMILY & FRIENDS Because of Mr. Terupt Rob Buyea Al Capone Does My Shirts Gennifer Choldenko Out of My Mind Sharon Draper Rules Cynthia Lord The Wednesday Wars Gary Schmidt MYSTERY Chasing Vermeer trilogy Blue Balliett The Name of this Book is Secret Pseudonymous Bosch Masterpiece Elise Broach The London Eye Mystery Siobhan Dowd The Westing Game Ellen Raskin HISTORICAL Heart of A Samurai Margi Preus The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate Jacqueline Kelly One Crazy Summer Rita Williams Garcia 90 Miles to Havana Enrique Flores-Galbis Dragon’s Gate Lawrence Yep READ WHAT YOU LIKE, LIKE WHAT YOU READ! 2014 SUMMER READING FOR STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 5&6 ATTLEBORO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATTLEBORO, MA This reading list presents a variety of different genres. Reading a variety of genres will help students discover their reading likes and dislikes. We hope that students will discover other books by the authors listed. The suggested summer reading list includes selections from the American Library Association and the Attleboro Public Library Children's’ Librarians. Although the books on the list are appropriate for middle school students, families have different perspectives on what is most suitable for their children. Please review these books carefully before deciding which ones are most appropriate for your child. Most titles are available at the Attleboro Public Library. Phone: (508) Cate Merlin, the Young Adult Services Coordinator can assist in choosing just right books. HUMOR How to Train Your Dragon series Cressida Cowell Dead End in Norvelt Jack Gantos No More Dead Dogs Gordon Korman The Willoughbys Lois Lowry True Meaning of Smekday Adam Rex FAMILY & FRIENDS Because of Mr. Terupt Rob Buyea Al Capone Does My Shirts Gennifer Choldenko Out of My Mind Sharon Draper Rules Cynthia Lord The Wednesday Wars Gary Schmidt MYSTERY Chasing Vermeer trilogy Blue Balliett The Name of this Book is Secret Pseudonymous Bosch Masterpiece Elise Broach The London Eye Mystery Siobhan Dowd The Westing Game Ellen Raskin HISTORICAL Heart of A Samurai Margi Preus The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate Jacqueline Kelly One Crazy Summer Rita Williams Garcia 90 Miles to Havana Enrique Flores-Galbis Dragon’s Gate Lawrence Yep READ WHAT YOU LIKE, LIKE WHAT YOU READ! 2014 SUMMER READING FOR STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 5&6 ATTLEBORO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATTLEBORO, MA This reading list presents a variety of different genres. Reading a variety of genres will help students discover their reading likes and dislikes. We hope that students will discover other books by the authors listed. The suggested summer reading list includes selections from the American Library Association and the Attleboro Public Library Children's’ Librarians. Although the books on the list are appropriate for middle school students, families have different perspectives on what is most suitable for their children. Please review these books carefully before deciding which ones are most appropriate for your child. Most titles are available at the Attleboro Public Library. Phone: (508) Cate Merlin, the Young Adult Services Coordinator can assist in choosing just right books. HUMOR How to Train Your Dragon series Cressida Cowell Dead End in Norvelt Jack Gantos No More Dead Dogs Gordon Korman The Willoughbys Lois Lowry True Meaning of Smekday Adam Rex FAMILY & FRIENDS Because of Mr. Terupt Rob Buyea Al Capone Does My Shirts Gennifer Choldenko Out of My Mind Sharon Draper Rules Cynthia Lord The Wednesday Wars Gary Schmidt MYSTERY Chasing Vermeer trilogy Blue Balliett The Name of this Book is Secret Pseudonymous Bosch Masterpiece Elise Broach The London Eye Mystery Siobhan Dowd The Westing Game Ellen Raskin HISTORICAL Heart of A Samurai Margi Preus The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate Jacqueline Kelly One Crazy Summer Rita Williams Garcia 90 Miles to Havana Enrique Flores-Galbis Dragon’s Gate Lawrence Yep READ WHAT YOU LIKE, LIKE WHAT YOU READ! 2014 SUMMER READING FOR STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 5&6 ATTLEBORO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATTLEBORO, MA SUMMER READING FOR STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 5&6 ATTLEBORO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATTLEBORO, MA HUMOR How to Train Your Dragon series Cressida Cowell Dead End in Norvelt Jack Gantos No More Dead Dogs Gordon Korman The Willoughbys Lois Lowry The True Meaning of Smekday Adam Rex MYSTERY Chasing Vermeer Trilogy Blue Balliett The Name of this Book is Secret Pseudonymous Bosch Masterpiece Elise Broach The London Eye Mystery Siobhan Dowd The Westing Game Ellen Raskin FAMILY & FRIENDS Because of Mr. Terupt Rob Buyea Al Capone Does My Shirts Gennifer Choldenko Out of My Mind Sharon Draper Rules Cynthia Lord The Wednesday Wars Gary Schmidt HISTORICAL Shadow on the Mountain Margi Preus The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate Jacqueline Kelly One Crazy Summer Rita Williams Garcia 90 Miles to Havana Enrique Flores-Galbis Dragon’s Gate Lawrence Yep READ WHAT YOU LIKE, LIKE WHAT YOU READ! This suggested summer reading list includes highly recommended titles from the American Library Association and the Attleboro Public Library’s Children’s Librarians. All of the titles on the list are available at the Attleboro Public Library. We hope that students and parents will discover these books and more throughout the summer! Please remember that these titles are suggested and are NOT required reading. Visit the Attleboro Public Library! Phone: (508) Cate Merlin, the Young Adult Services Coordinator, can assist in choosing just right books.

2 FANTASY Falcon Quinn series Jennifer Finney Boylan Gregor the Overlander series Suzanne Collins The Thief Lord Cornelia Funke Savvy Ingrid Law Fablehaven series Brandon Mull ADVENTURE City of Ember Jeanne DuPrau The Missing series Margaret Peterson Haddix Island series Gordon Korman Percy Jackson series Rick Riordan The 39 Clues series Various Authors SPORTS 4 for 4 series John Coy Hide & Seek Katy Grant Rivals Tim Green Comeback Kids series Mike Lupica Keeping Score Linda Sue Park POETRY Love That Dog Hate That Cat Sharon Creech Planet Middle School Nikki Grimes Inside Out and Back Again Thanhha Lai Poetry Speaks: Who I Am Edited by Elise Paschen AWARD WINNERS Doll Bones Holly Black The Graveyard Book Neil Gaiman Kira-Kira Cynthia Kadohata Holes Louis Sachar When You Reach Me Rebecca Stead BIOGRAPHIES Boy: Tales of Childhood Roald Dahl Amelia Lost: The Life and Disappearance of Amelia Earhart Candace Fleming Small Steps: The Year I Got Polio Peg Kehret Knucklehead John Sciesza Knots In My Yo-Yo String Jerry Spinelli NONFICTION Rip the Page! Adventures in Creative Writing Karen Benke Saving the Ghost of the Mountain Sy Montgomery The Mighty Mars Rover Elizabeth Rusch King George: What Was His Problem? Steve Sheinkin Almost Astronauts: 13 Women Who Dared to Dream Tanya Lee Stone Fun, FREE apps for your mobile device! Bill Nye the Science Guy, Skyview Free, Sushi Monster, TapQuiz Maps World Edition, TinkerBox, ToonTastic


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