Extensive Reading Books
The theme this block is "Books." We at Nomen Global love books and try to share our love of reading with the students. In our Extensive Reading curriculum, we have chosen some of our favorite books for our students to read. Learn about some of the books we have selected and the reasons they are great.
A student favorite, The Alchemist follows the life-changing adventure of a poor shepherd. On his quest, he meets danger, challenges, and even love, and discovers not the treasure he was seeking but one far more valuable.
When sent to a juvenile correction facility, Stanley must face the injustice of undeserved punishment. He must dig holes all day, every day. However, when Stanley realizes that the warden is actually looking for something, he must figure out what it is and why.
A classic dystopia, The Giver makes the reader understand and appreciate the value of choice. When Jonas is chosen to learn about life outside of the Community, he must decide what is most important to him.
To Kill a Mockingbird
One of the great American classic novels, To Kill a Mockingbird teaches readers about the social injustices present in the early 20th century. Two children watch as their father, a local lawyer (and modern hero), fight for racial equality in a serious trial.
The Diary of a Young Girl
Throughout her terrifying experience hiding from Nazis in the Netherlands during World War II, young Anne documents her experiences, fears, and dreams in this revealing diary.
And Then There Were None
This novel is a classic, best-selling mystery about 10 people who are invited to an isolated island. One by one, the guests are mysteriously murdered until none are left. If you enjoy solving mysteries, thrilling plots, and surprise endings, be sure to read And Then There Were None.
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