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Junior Great Books Series 7 Student Materials

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Preorder by June 30 and receive a 15% discount. This item will ship in September. Call 1-800-222-5870 or email customer.service@greatbooks.org.

Print: PRS-SB7 | Student Book ISBN 978-1-951782-04-7 | Reader's Journal ISBN 978-1-951782-03-0 | $26.95
Great Books Plus: PRS-SB7-DE | Student Book ISBN 978-1-951782-33-7 | Reader's Journal ISBN 978-1-951782-10-8 | NOTE: The digital books cannot be printed. | $25.95

Junior Great Books Series 7 Student Materials
The Junior Great Books Series 7 Student Materials include a Student Book and a Reader's Journal.

Junior Great Books® Series 7 contains 20 outstanding works of literature—including fiction, nonfiction, and poetry—that sustain interpretive reading and discussion. Among the selections are beloved classics by well-known authors, as well as contemporary writing by new voices that you won’t find in any other anthology. The Student Book also features a brief introduction to each genre and an introductory headnote for each selection.

The Junior Great Books Series 7 Reader’s Journal includes:

  • Pages for each Shared Inquiry activity, allowing students to record and process their thinking at each stage of work on a text
  • Three complete sets of Essay Writing Materials, which guide students through planning, organizing, drafting, and revising an essay
  • Three discussion reflection forms to help students determine their strengths and areas for growth through self-assessment

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Contents

FICTION

The Friday Everything Changed
Anne Hart
The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street
Rod Serling
I Go Along
Richard Peck
The Necklace
Guy de Maupassant
How to Transform an Everyday, Ordinary Hoop Court into a Place of Higher Learning and You at the Podium
Matt de la Peña
The Lie
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
Twenty-Seven Days
Jenny Kaczorowski
Two Kinds
Amy Tan
The Red Room
H. G. Wells
How Auto-Tune Saved My Life
Brendan Halpin

NONFICTION

The Secret Life of Bees
Carl Zimmer
I Am Malala (excerpt)
Malala Yousafzai
The Matthew Effect (excerpt)
Malcolm Gladwell
Texts from Strangers
Megan Stielstra
How Rats Became an Inescapable Part of City Living
Emma Marris
Names/Nombres
Julia Alvarez
Quiet Power (excerpt)
Susan Cain
Friends of the Hide (excerpt)
Timothy Egan

POETRY

My Grandmother Washes Her Feet in the Sink of the Bathroom at Sears
Mohja Kahf
Boy at the Window
Richard Wilbur