What’s Your Genre?

I am so impressed with all that my students are reading–and what they are writing about what you are reading.  These posts explain the genre of a book .  Not only did they do an excellent job of describing the book, their excitement for the book shines through.  If you are still looking for a good book, check out these posts for ideas in a variety of genres.  They all sound good to me.

If you’relooking for suspense, check out these books.

  • Allison G  read Wake by Lisa McMann
  • Tucker M read Change Up by John Feinstein
  • If you want to travel through time, these will take you there.
  • Carrly I read Sources of Light by Margaret McMullan
  • Sam C read Soldier’s Heart by Gary Paulsen
  • Makinsey Y read Cate of the Lost Colony by Lisa Klein

These books will pack in adventure with science fiction:

  • CJ K read Maximum Ride by James Patterson
  • Devin N read Across the Universe by Beth Revis

If you prefer fantasy, with or without a little romance, try these titles:

  • Courtney D read Abandon by Meg Cabot
  • Carlee N read Linger by Maggie Stiefvater
  • Angelica S read Witch and Wizard by James Patterson
  • Shelby W read Bluestar’s Prophecy by Erin Hunter
  • Avis M read Sea Change by AimeeFriedman

If you want a more believable tale, these books will be sure to please:

  • Garrett M read Slob by Ellen Potter
  • Kelsey C read Donut Days by Lara Zielin
  • Macey B read The Implosion of Aggie Winchester by Lara Zielin
  • Logan G read Deadline by Chris Crutcher
  • Natalie O read Mixed Bags by Melody Carlson
  • Xavier P read After Ever After by Jordan Sonnenblick
  • Adrian M read Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan
  • Ashley P read Stupid Fast by Geoff Herbach
  • Kayla W read Boost by Kathy Mackel
  • Krystal W read Travel Team by Mike Lupica

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