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1. George, J.C.: Julie of the Wolves

2. Palacio, R.J.: Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories

3. Montgomery, L. M.: Anne of Green Gables

4. Lai, T.: Inside Out & Back Again

5. Thorne, J.: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (play)

6. Aesopus: Aesop’s Fables (London: Penguin Books, 1996)

7. Dahl, R.: Going Solo

8. Dahl, R.: Rhyme Stew (poetry)

9. Taplin, S.: The Usborne Book of Poetry (poetry)

10. London, J.: White Fang

11. Carroll, L.: Through the Looking-Glass

12. Stevenson, R. L.: Treasure Island

13. Dickens, C.: Oliver Twist

14. Twain, M.: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

15. Dumas, A.: The Three Musketeers

16. The Arabian Nights (London: Bloomsbury, 1994)

17. Paterson, K.: Bridge to Terabithia

18. Pratchett, T.: Witches Abroad

19. L’Engle, M.: A Wrinkle in Time

20. Le Guin, U.: A Wizard of Earthsea

21. Funke, C.: Inkheart

22. Besson, L.: Arthur and the Minimoys

23. Pullman, P.: Northern Lights

24. Adams, D.: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

25. Gaiman, N.: Stardust

26. DuPrau, J.: The City of Ember

27. Wells, H. G.: The Time Machine

28. Horowitz, A.: Alex Rider – Stormbreaker

29. Colfer, E.: Artemis Fowl

30. Grisham, J.: Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer

31. Brashares, A.: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

32. Irving, W.: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (short story)

33. Sir Gawain and The Green Knight (novella) https://www.yorku.ca/inpar/sggk_neilson.pdf


Rybol, H.E.: Culture Shock – A Practical Guide

Jenkins, J.: Introducing Moral Issues

Middleton, H.: Roald Dahl

Steinbergh, J. W.: Reading and Writing Poetry


1. Frank, A.: The Diary of a Young Girl

2. Zusak, M.: The Book Thief

3. Boyne, J.: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas

4. Alexie, S.: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

5. Ellis, D.: The Breadwinner

6. Twain, M.: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

7. Thomas, A.: The Hate U Give

8. Glass, L.: Ruby Red

9. Ihimaera, W.: The Whale Rider

10. Riordan, R.: Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief

11. Lewis, C. S.: The Chronicles of Narnia – The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

12. Tolkien, J. R. R.: The Hobbit

13. Lovecraft, H. P.: The Call of Cthulhu (short story) https://www.hplovecraft.com/writings/texts/fiction/cc.aspx

14. Verne, J.: Around the World in 80 Days

15. Kipling, R.: The Jungle Books

16. Burnett, F. H.: The Secret Garden

17. Dickens, C.: A Christmas Carol

18. Dumas, A.: The Count of Monte Cristo

19. Townsend, S.: The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole: Aged 13 ¾

20. Sachar, L.: Holes

21. Haddon, M.: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

22. Green, J.: The Fault in our Stars

23. Ness, P.: A Monster Calls

24. Clare, C.: City of Bones

25. Card, O. S.: Ender’s Game

26. Goldman, W.: The Princess Bride

27. Ende, M.: The Neverending Story

28. Horowitz, A.: Raven’s Gate

29. Gaiman, N.: The Graveyard Book

30. Pratchett, T.: Reaper Man

31. Doyle, A. C.: The Hound of the Baskervilles (short story)


Bingham, J.: Racism and prejudice: Why is it wrong?

Medina, S.: Bullying: Why does it happen?

Martell, H. M.: The Kingfisher Book of the Ancient World

Deary, T.: The Ruthless Romans

McCarthy, T.: Multicultural Myths and Legends

Canham, E.: Let’s Look at Adverts


1. Shakespeare, W.: Sonnets (poetry)

2. Shakespeare, W.: Romeo and Juliet (play)

3. Shakespeare, W.: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (play)

4. Abdel-Fattah, R.: Does my Head Look Big in This?

5. Yousafzai, M.: I am Malala

6. Hosseini, K.: A Thousand Splendid Suns

7. Geda, F.: In the Sea There are Crocodiles

8. Pratchett, T.: Guards! Guards!

9. Gaiman, N.: Neverwhere

10. Nicholson, W.: The Wind Singer

11. Ness, P.: The Knife of Never Letting Go

12. Reeve, P.: Mortal Engines

13. Shelley, M.: Frankenstein

14. Verne, J.: Journey to the Centre of the Earth

15. Lowry, L.: The Giver

16. Riggs, R.: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

17. Poe, E. A.: Tales of Terror and Detection (short stories)

18. Stevenson, R. L.: Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (novella)

19. Shaw, G. B.: Pygmalion (play)

20. Defoe, D.: Robinson Crusoe

21. McCourt, F.: Angela’s Ashes

22. Fitzgerald, F. S.: The Great Gatsby

23. Salinger, J. D.: The Catcher in the Rye

24. Alcott, L. M.: Little Women

25. Lee, H.: To Kill a Mockingbird

26. Austen, J.: Pride and Prejudice

27. Hugo, V.: The Hunchback of Notre-Dame

28. Green, J.: Turtles all the Way Down

29. Chbosky, S.: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

30. Asher, J.: Th1rteen R3asons Why

31. Shepard, S.: Pretty Little Liars

32. Christie, A.: Murder on the Orient Express

33. Buchan, J.: The Thirty-nine Steps


Claybourne, A.: The World of Shakespeare

Lewis, B. A.: The Teen Guide to Global Action: How to Connect with Others (near & far) to Create Social Change?

Walsh, F., Boyens, P., Jackson. P.: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (screenplay) http://www.fempiror.com/otherscripts/LordoftheRings1-FOTR.pdf

Seitz, H: I, Robot (screenplay) https://www.dailyscript.com/scripts/irobot.pdf

Rice, A.: Interview with the Vampire (screenplay) https://www.dailyscript.com/scripts/Interview_Vampire.pdf

Crystal, D.: English as a Global Language http://culturaldiplomacy.org/academy/pdf/research/books/nation_branding/English_As_A_Global_Language_-_David_Crystal.pdf

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