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    SUMMER READING LISTS

    The Neshaminy School District has created a list of recommended titles to help students make selections for their summer reading. The purpose of summer reading is to foster continued reading and encourage a lifelong love of literacy. The books below each grade level are intended to provide guidance and are not required texts.

     

    Summer Reading List Entering 5th & 6th Grade

     

    Summer Reading List Entering 7th & 8th Grade

     

    Summer Reading List Entering 9th Grade

     

    Summer Reading List Entering 9th Grade Special Education

     
     
       
     

     Click here to be directed to our online book collection

    Students will need to log in with their Neshaminy Credentials

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    The Big Read Program offers the featured title to all students
    in grades 5-12 in both audio and ebook formats. 
     
    Click on the links above or the image to be directed to our
    online digital library for this and many other titles.
     
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    AuthorShot

    Featured book club author: Michael McCreary

    Michael McCreary was born the second child of three and raised in the docile hills of Hockley Valley, Ontario. He spent his youth immersing himself in the world of film, playing the saxophone, and turning to joke- and sketch-writing to cope with the bullying he often faced at school. At the age of thirteen, his parents enrolled him in the Stand Up for Mental Health program, headed by the incomparable David Granirer, to help him find a positive outlet for his angst. It worked, and he’s now performed at stand-up shows, keynote addresses, and panel presentations in every province in Canada and across the United States. Michael has since honed his comedy skills at Toronto’s Second City Training Centre. He uses stand-up to dispel many of the long-held misconceptions about being on the autism spectrum. He is overjoyed to explore these ideas in depth in his first book, Funny, You Don’t Look Autistic, drawing on his personal experiences as well as his own observations of autism in pop culture.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    After School Hours:

    The Library Media Center is available for students until 4:00pm 

    Monday

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    Wednesday

    Thursday

    The Library Media Center is Closed

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