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For All Incoming Wilson Freshmen Summer Reading 2010-2011 Over the summer of 2010, all incoming Wilson Freshmen must read at least two books: one of these must come from the list below; one may be of your own choosing. When you return to school in September, you will be tested on the books you have read. To complete Summer Reading, do the following: 1. Begin by selecting a title or titles from the list below . After you have chosen a title or titles, find your summer reading books at the public library or at a bookstore. 2. This is a required, for-credit , assignment —Be prepared for a test on your Summer Reading. Your Summer Reading grade will be based on the test given and will equal one-half letter grade, five percentage points, of your first quarter grade. Incoming Freshmen Summer Reading List These books can be found at the Multnomah County Public Library and at local bookstores.
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Unformatted text preview: Save time by using the Multnomah County Public Library website http://www.multcolib.org/ . Place a hold on the books you want and have them sent to your nearest library. For information about any of the books listed, use the Internet. Good places to find book reviews and book descriptions are the websites for Amazon, Powell’s, and the Multnomah County Library. Richard Adams—Watership Down Robert Cormier – I Am the Cheese William Goldman – The Princess Bride John Gunther – Death Be Not Proud Betty Greene – Summer of My German Soldier Thor Heyerdahl – Kon-Tiki Ursula LeGuin – A Wizard of the Earth Bernard Malamud – The Natural Walter Dean Meyers – Fallen Angels Frank McCourt – Angela’s Ashes Lucy Maud Montgomery – Anne of Green Gables Robert Newton Peck – A Day No Pigs Would Die Jules Verne – Journey to the Center of the Earth...
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2011 for the course LIT 101 taught by Professor Press during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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