Incoming 7th Grade Summer Reading List Suggested Titles 2019*

  • Please read at least three books from the list or books in the same series.

  • FANTASY

    Ranger’s Apprentice series by Flanagan

    Fearsome Creatures of the Lumberwoods 
       by Johnson and Mead

    Wings of Fire by Sutherland

     

    GRAPHIC

    I Am Princess X by Priest

    The Odyssey by Hinds

    Thornhill by Smy

     

    REALISTIC

    Three Bird Summer by St. Antoine

    Red Butterfly by Sonnichsen

    A Time to Dance by Venkatraman

    Thirteen by Myracle

    Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie 
       by Sonnenblick

     

    NONFICTION

    Enrique's Journey (The Young Adult 
       Adaptation) by Nazario

    I Will Always Write Back: How One Letter
       Changed Two Lives by Ganda

    The Whydah: a Pirate Shop Feared, Wrecked
       and Found by Sandler

     

    ACTION/ADVENTURE

    Alex Rider series by Horowitz

    Nooks and Crannies by Lawson

    The Great Greene Heist by Johnson

    The Zodiac Legacy by Lee

    The Colossus Rises by Lerangis

    The Boundless by Oppel

  • HISTORICAL

    The Great Trouble by Hopkinson

    Moon Over Manifest by Vanderpool

    Gods and Warriors series by Paver

    How I Became a Ghost by Tingle

    The Revolution of Evelyn Serrano 
       by Manzano

    The Night Diary by Hiranandani

     

    SCIENCE FICTION

    Uglies by Westerfeld

    Maximum Ride by Patterson

    The House of the Scorpion by Farmer

     

    POETRY

    Blue Lipstick by Grandits

    Poetry Speaks Who I Am by Paschen

     

    SPORTS

    The Crossover by Alexander

    Heat by Lupica

    Breaking Through by Jimenez

     

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE

    Sports Mystery series by Feinstein

    Theodore Boone series by Grisham

    Lockwood & Co. series by Stroud


    CLASSIC

    Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Carroll

    Pride and Prejudice by Austen

     

    HUMOR

    Dead End in Norvelt by Gantos

    Never Mind: A Twin Novel by Avi

    How to Survive Middle School by Gephart

  • *Ask your school or public librarian about titles in the same series or by the same author.