Popular 8th Grade Reading Books
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I'm so excited to share with you some of the true masterpieces of American literary tradition this coming year, but first, try some of these titles that are the perfect summer read, infused with an American attitude, whether struggling through a tough time and learning how to make the world a better place or simply figuring out who we are and how we can be the best version of ourselves.
A Fabulous, Eclectic 8th Grade Reading List (12-14 Year Olds)
Grade 8 books — this list of suggested reading books has been carefully selected by educators and librarians for junior high and middle school students aged There is a range of exciting and thought-provoking books to suit all abilities in the 8th grade and over the course of a year, these titles should inspire both those who are reluctant to read, and also challenge high achieving pupils. Authors include Gerald Durrell, J. Tolkien, Sharon Creech, and Mary Shelley. This list of 8th grade reading recommendations was last edited on Jun 13, pm. His larger than life relatives and the colorful characters encountered make this a funny novel bound to appeal to middle graders interested in nature and unconventional family life. Animal Farm by George Orwell In this classic allegory the animals take over the farm.
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Kaffir Boy: The True Story of a Black Youth’s Coming to Age in Apartheid South Africa
Making this 8th grade reading list was a challenge. Not that there is anything wrong with reading the classics! Note: book covers and titles are affiliate links. Most 8th graders will get a lot out of reading about kids their own age and will relate to all of these characters, even if their real life experiences are quite different. Ghost by Jason Reynolds. Ghost is the first book in a series of sports-themed novels by an excellent middle-grade author.