Accelerated Reader Directions
1. Read one of the books from the list
2. Complete the Reaction Information (see below). Turn in this written information by the due date.
3. Complete an AR test (given in the library)
The following information should be supplied on loose-leaf paper in blue or black ink or you may type (double-spaced) your information.
Bullet your paper as it is done below.
Make sure you write the heading beside each bullet
Title of Book:
Main Characters of the Novel: Name the character(s) and give a brief description--what kind of person (s)he is, what (s)he likes, any other pertinent information
Character Qualities: Which characters have good qualities to develop within yourself? Tell about these qualities and how the character(s) demonstrate them.
Conflicts of the Main Character(s): Explain the main conflicts of the person you perceive as the main character
Solution: Tell how you might have solved the conflict differently from the way the main character solved it.
Recommendation: On a scale of 1-5, five being the highest, explain how you would rate this book and why you would give it this rating.
English I Book List
Across Five Aprils Hunt
Are You in the House Alone Peck
Beyond the Chocolate War Cormier
Brian's Song Blinn
The Contender Sanders
Death Be Not Proud Gunter
Don't Look Behind You Duncan
Killing Mr. Griffin Duncan
The Light in the Forest Richter
The Moves Make Make the Man Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. Bo Jo Jones Head
Night Kites Kerr
The Pigman Zindel
A Summer to Die Lowry
Tiger Eyes Blume
WORLD LITERATURE BOOK LIST
Brave New World Huxley
The Count of Monte Cristo Dumas
The Crying of Lot 49 Pynchon
Cyrano Debergerac Rostand
Eva Luna Allende
The House of the Spirits Allende
Les Miserables Hugo
Lost Horizon Hilton
Madame Bovary Flaubert
One Hundred Years of Solitude Marquez
Slaughter-house Five Vonnegut
The Unbearable Lightness of Being Kundera