Titles in Blue are required reading.
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CyberEnglish9 students will read a variety of literature throughout the year.
In addition to fiction, poetry and drama, students are encouraged to read from newspapers often.
|Coming of Age||The Power of Love|
|The Hero's Journey||Clash of Generations|
|The Individual and Society||Power|
|Choices & Decisions||Change|
|Clash of Culture||Identity|
|To Kill A Mockingbird, Lee||Speak, Anderson|
|Need a book to read? Ask me to lend you one of these:|
|Great Expectations, Dickens||Pigs in Heaven, Kingsolver|
|The Hobbit, Tolkien||Waiting for the Rain,|
|A Member of the Wedding, McCullers||Lizard,|
|Cold Sassy Tree, Burns||The Chosen, Potok|
|Animal Farm, Orwell||The House on Mango Street, Cisneros|
|Romeo & Juliet, Shakespeare|
|The Scarlet Ibis, Hurst||Chrysanthemums, Steinbeck|
|Barba Nikos, Petrakis||The Sniper, O'Flaherty|
|Thank You Ma'am, Hughes||The Red Dress, Munro|
|Train Time, McNickel||The Most Dangerous Game, Connell|
Short Stories Online:
|Twenty Great American Short Stories||Mr. Nellen's List|
|The Bat, Roethke||Making a Fist, Nye|
|Harlem, Hughes||The Legend of Paper Plates, Haines|
|Woman Work, Angelou||Out, Out, Frost|
|Dear Mrs. McKinney of the Sixth Grade, Kherdian|
|Choose 15 poems for your poetry journal|
|Poetry main page||Poetry Links|
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