Randall middle school summer reading list
Randalls Wall by Carol FennerInside your wall, no one can touch you
It was Randalls sister who first told him about the invisible wall that protected her from the cruelty of her classmates. By the time Randall is in fifth grade, hes had his own wall for years. Inside his wall, he doesnt have to think about his abusive father, gone for several months, or his thin, suffering mother, who never leaves the house -- the house with no running water for laundry or baths. Inside his wall, he can dream about picnics, about riding on his Uncle Lukes motorcycle, and, always, he can lose himself in his drawing.
But one day Randall makes a friend, and slowly, frighteningly, his wall begins to crumble. And miraculously, the gift that comforted Randall within his wall opens up a new world outside it.
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These Summer Reading Recommended Reading lists should not be substituted for teacher-assigned summer reading. Summer is a great time for our students to freely choose what they want to read and read for fun!
Each student must read and write a log for the one required book title from the list below. Students must choose two additional titles from any source on any topic and write a log on each. For maximum benefit and incentives, students are encouraged to read many, many books! When Pete the Cat wears his new white shoes while walking down the street, stepping into piles of strawberries, blueberries, and other messes, his shoes change colors. Lilly loves everything about school, especially her cool teacher, Mr. But when Lilly brings her purple plastic purse and its treasures to school and can't wait until sharing time, Mr. Slinger confiscates her prized possessions.