Reading List {9th Grade}

We started back to school on Monday. I had several friends and family members say, "Already?" when I mentioned it to them. Yes, it's July and Jamie makes sure he jokingly tells me that I am making him go to school in the middle of summer. Since we are now in the high school years, I wanted to start with a year round schedule so we could work without feeling rushed. The state of Montana has very relaxed laws that don’t require a set amount of days, but hours. If everything goes according to plan, there's a good possibility Jamie can graduate high school early.

Reading List {9th Grade 

 I wanted to share our reading list for this year and will warn you it's a doozy! Our literature books are all classics which I have read except for one. I decided since there will be A LOT of reading this year, to read aloud Uncle Tom's Cabin so I could enjoy the book also.  After five days of reading, we both are enjoying it. I'm really impressed with Lightning Literature after looking through the workbook, not only will there be a study over classic books, but there are also short stories and poetry.


280615: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn                                 

212184: Uncle Tom"s Cabin



260843: The Red Badge of Courage



321059: The Call of the Wild













For World Geography,the list is L-O-N-G! Several are children's books, but will bring something to the table about their subject. I love the option to  pick and choose which books to read. After seeing this list, I'm a little nervous, but if something doesn't go according to plan, there is enough here to fill in any gaps.



88669: Pompeii-Buried Alive!



581462: Jim Elliot                             







405770: The Endless Steppe: Growing Up in Siberia

582884: Christian Heroes Then & Now: C.T. Studd, No Retreat

319293: Mara, Daughter of the Nile



81535: David Livingstone













As you can see, there are a couple of Netflix options sprinkled throughout. If time becomes a problem, then we will be using that option, so we can at least "cover" the book.

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