Reading list for Summer

<p>AP Lang summer fun:
Scarlet Letter
Into Thin Air
Malcolm X
Huck Finn</p>

<p>^Wow, that's like all the stuff we did during the year, minus Malcolm X. Huck is decent, Scarlet Letter is cruel but short, Crucible is just short, and for Into Thin Air we just saw (parts of) the movie Into the Wild.</p>

<p>^^Thanks, I hadn't thought of searching old threads for book recommendations/warnings.</p>

<p>^Better read some Hannah Montana books</p>

<p>Ap english, The Scarlet Letter and Self-Reliance and other essays
AP U.S. History, A Different Mirror</p>

<p>Have read:
A Seperate Peace
The Life of Lazarillo de Tormes
To Kill a Mockingbird</p>

<p>Also have started my PSAT prep book</p>

<p>Never had any... Here is what I'm reading though.
The Aeneid (In the original latin)
Finnegan's Wake
Fear and Loathing On The Campaign Trail

<p>The old curiosity shop by dickens
and the tale of two cities by dickens also
Slaughterhouse 5--kurt vonnegut</p>

<p>I will read these by the end of summer vacation. So i have 4 weeks-ish left!</p>

<p>Dora's Storytime Colelction
Curious George Takes a Job
Barney's Book of Color
The Complete Tales and Poems of Winnie-the-Pooh</p>

<p>I don't know how the hell I'm going to read all the those by the time school starts. The worst part is that they aren't on sparknotes! What should I do??!!! Help!!!</p>

<p>^just use your kiddish i-mmm-aaaa-ggggg-innnn--aaaa--tttt-iiiioooonnnn (you would have understood that if you watch Spongebob)</p>

<p>read ender's game</p>

<p>flatland is good too, and the phantom tollbooth.</p>

<p>^ aren't those children's books?</p>

<p>Phantom Tollbooth was beautifully punny.</p>

<p>children's books are the best man. they're so warm and fuzzy.</p>

<p>if you really want warm and fuzzy go for the little prince.</p>

<p>^That book is... a matter of consequence.</p>

<p>lol @ kingsize, I <3 Miles to Go.</p>

<p>I Know Why the Cage Bird Sings- Maya Angelou
The Alchemist- Paulo Coelho
Perfume- Patrick Suskind (already read but I've got to re-read for my World Lit. essay)
The Stranger- Albert Camus (already read but I've got to re-read for my World Lit. essay)
Chronicle of a Death Foretold- Gabriel Garcia Marquez</p>

<p>I'm not reading anything this summer.</p>

<p>^ lol CC frowns upon your sloth...</p>

<p>Oh come on nobody reads in the summer. They're just showing off</p>

<p>^ I DO! The only difference is that I read outside...</p>

<p>^^Some people actually like reading.</p>