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9th Grade Common Core Suggested Reading Lists
Many of the books offer sophisticated narrative structures and other characteristics factored into quantitative evaluation. And the list as a whole offers a wide variety of books reflecting diversity of subject matter and style, allowing for a range of choices in matching reader to text and task. It should be noted that while the books have been placed in a specific grade range, many of the books will have appeal to, and can be used with, students in a range of grades. In creating this list, we focused on books published in the past six years, although occasionally reached farther back. There are books in each category. Many of them are currently available for purchase in paperback. All of them should be available through school or public libraries in either hardcover or paperback.
New York Times bestselling author Walter Dean Myers traveled back to his roots in this memoir that is gripping, funny, and ultimately unforgettable. With this stunning debut novel, New York Times bestselling author Lauren Oliver emerged as one of today's foremost authors of young adult fiction. Sydney Taylor Award-winning novel Berlin Boxing Club is loosely inspired by the true story of boxer Max Schmeling's experiences following Kristallnacht. Publishers Weekly calle During the years —, America was a nation torn apart by war.
I teach 9th graders. Animal Farm by George Orwell. This checks all the boxes for an excellent summer read. Although it is enjoyed by most, it appeals to boys. This book, too, can be read on a beach or an airplane while traveling to outerspace, or, ideally, while away at some horrible summer camp. Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck.
Any text listed in grades K-2, however, is supplemental and not required for the implementation of the Core Knowledge New York Addition. Located within each Listening and Learning Domain is an additional list of recommended texts that scaffold and support the curriculum but are not critical for purchase. In instances where published links to copyrighted texts are provided, they are to be used for previewing and planning purposes only and not for reproduction in an instructional context. These documents can inform curriculum purchasing decisions and will be periodically updated as the modules are posted. In addition, while the central texts for modules will not change, it is possible that the way these texts are used may be revised. Instances where texts repeat at different grade levels are intentional, as texts can serve different functions in different grades.