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7, 8, 9th Grade Book List (Anna Zanarini, Bingham Creek Library, Salt Lake County Library System, UT): PDF file.Author, title, genre, summary, and links to webcatalog info for over 95 books. Incoming Juniors Summer Reading List (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Summer 2003 Reading List for Wakefield High School (Mass.) incoming juniors.Author, title, genre, summary, and links to webcatalog info for over 100 books. Fiction for Grades 11-12 (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for about 25 books (mostly novels), from Maya Angelou's .Author, title, summary, and webcat links for 28 fiction and 9 non-fiction titles.Grade 7 and Grade 8 Summer Reading, 2003 (Exeter-West Greenwich Junior High, RI): Lists titles by category (humor, mystery, biography, adventure, historical fiction, realistic fiction, fantasy and science fiction), followed by authors and summaries for each book.
Young Adult Horror and Suspense Novels (Cynthia Leitich Smith - Children's Literature Resources): Sixteen recommended books, with authors, titles, publication info, and detailed summaries. Vampire Fiction (Louisville Free Public Library, KY): Author, title, and summary for over 15 books featuring vampires, from Humorous Books for Young Adults (Mid-Continent Public Library, Independence, MO): Author, title, summary for almost 30 books. Young Adult Books to Make You Laugh (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Author, title, summary, and links to webcatalog info for 13 funny books. (The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, OH): Author, title, summary for about a dozen humourous novels for older and younger teens, from by Louis Sachar. Public Library, CA): List of 10 funny books, with author, title, summary, and link to webcatalog.