Summer Reading Lists
We encourage our students to reading during the summer for enjoyment, leisure, and learning. Reading is fun!
We have compiled a list of suggested books that are fun, engaging, mysterious, thought-provoking, informative, meaningful, inventive, inspiring, motivational, and more! The list includes award-winning books as well as others recognized by our faculty and various literary journals as meaningful reading for students of various ages.
Reading is essential to critical thinking and preparation for College, Careers, and Citizenship. Summer reading is required of all NNPS high school students. Contact Kelly McCoig, Instructional Supervisor, with questions or comments.
- High School Summer Reading List
- Advanced Placement 11 Reading List
- Advanced Placement 12 Reading List
Students entering 6th, 7th, or 8th grade should read at least one book that they will discuss in September. This list suggests authors and titles that are popular with middle school students. Students may choose from this list or they may select any other book that appeals to them. Copies of these books are available in the schools, at public libraries, and at local bookstores. Contact Kelly McCoig, Instructional Supervisor, with questions or comments.
Choose the list for the grade your child will enter in the fall. Contact Shaundalyn Thomas, Instructional Supervisor, with questions or comments.
- Preschool Reading List
- Kindergarten and 1st Grade Reading List
- 3rd, 4th and 5th Reading List
- Award-Winning Titles for Summer Reading