Reading List

1. Creech, S.: Absolutely Normal Chaos
2. George, J.C.: Julie of the Wolves
3. Palacio, R.J.: Wonder
4. Montgomery, L.M.: Anne of Green Gables
5. Thorne, J.: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
6. Blake, J.: Honest
7. Aesopus: Aesop’s Fables (London: Penguin Books, 1996)
8. Dahl, R.: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
9. Dahl, R.: Matilda
10. Dahl, R.: Rhyme Stew
11. Taplin, S.: The Usborne Book of Poetry
12. Lai, T.: Inside Out & Back Again
13. London, J.: White Fang
14. Carroll, L.: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
15. Stevenson, R. L.: Treasure Island
16. Dickens, C.: Oliver Twist
17. Twain, M.: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
18. The Arabian Nights (London: Bloomsbury, 1994)
19. Lewis, C. S.: The Chronicles of Narnia – The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
20. Pratchett, T.: Guards! Guards!
21. L’Engle, M.: A Wrinkle in Time
22. Adams, D.: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
23. Horowitz, A.: Alex Rider – Stormbreaker
24. Brashares, A.: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
25. Irving, W.: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

26. Rybol, H.E.: Culture Shock – A Practical Guide
27. Jenkins, J.: Introducing Moral Issues
28. Middleton, H.: Roald Dahl
29. Steinbergh, J. W.: Reading and Writing Poetry

1. Lowry, L.: The Giver
2. Frank, A.: The Diary of a Young Girl
3. Twain, M.: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
4. Alexie, S.: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
5. Haddon, M.: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
6. Thomas, A.: The Hate U Give
7. Glass, L.: Ruby Red
8. Bondoux, A.L.: A Time of Miracles
9. Deary, T.: The Ruthless Romans
10. Miklowitz, G. D.: Masada: The Last Fortress
11. Jarman, J.: The Time-Travelling Cat and the Roman Eagle
12. Desai, A.: The Village by the Sea
13. Thompson, C.: Come on Shore and We Will Kill and Eat You All
14. Townsend, S.: The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole: Aged 13 3/4
15. Verne, J.: Around the World in 80 Days
16. Kipling, R.: The Jungle Books
17. Burnett, F. H.: The Secret Garden
18. Tolkien, J. R. R.: The Hobbit
19. Colfer, E.: Artemis Fowl
20. Green, J.: Paper Towns
21. Gaiman, N.: Stardust
22. Goldman, W.: The Princess Bride
23. Card, O. S.: Ender’s Game
24. Pratchett, T.: Reaper Man
25. Doyle, A. C.: The Hound of the Baskervilles

26. Bingham, J.: Racism and prejudice: Why is it wrong?
27. Medina, S.: Bullying: Why does it happen?
28. Martell, H. M.: The Kingfisher Book of the Ancient World
29. McCarthy, T.: Multicultural Myths and Legends
30. Canham, E.: Let’s Look at Adverts

1. Shakespeare, W.: Sonnets
2. Shakespeare, W.: Romeo and Juliet
3. Shakespeare, W.: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
4. Zusak, M.: The Book Thief
5. Abdel-Fattah, R.: Does my Head Look Big in This?
6. Yousafzai, M.: I am Malala
7. Ellis, D.: The Breadwinner
8. Catozzella, G.: Don’t Tell me you’re Afraid
9. Austen, J.: Pride and Prejudice
10. Shelley, M.: Frankenstein
11. Christie, A.: Murder on the Orient Express
12. Alcott, L. M.: Little Women
13. Lee, H.: To Kill a Mockingbird
14. Shaw, G. B.: Pygmalion
15. Defoe, D.: Robinson Crusoe
16. McCourt, F.: Angela’s Ashes
17. Verne, J.: Journey to the Centre of the Earth
18. Fitzgerald, F. S.: The Great Gatsby
19. Salinger, J. D.: The Catcher in the Rye
20. Ness, P.: A Monster Calls
21. Green, J.: Turtles all the Way Down
22. Chbosky, S.: The Perks of Being a Wallflower
23. Asher, J.: Th1rteen R3asons Why
24. Gaiman, N.: The Graveyard Book
25. Poe, E. A.: Tales of Terror and Detection

26. Claybourne, A.: The World of Shakespeare
27. Lewis, B. A.: The Teen Guide to Global Action: How to Connect with Others (near & far) to Create Social Change?
28. Woodward, K.: What would she do?
29. Crystal, D.: English as a Global Language