•    MEDIA CENTER BOOKS WISH LIST (updated 10/13/2020)

    Many thanks to you—parents and students—who have donated wish list books to the media center. The most recent donations were AWESOME! If you’ve got a new or gently used copy of any of the following books, please consider dropping it in the box outside the main office lobby.  And let us know when you do, so we can thank you properly. Top book-wishes are highlighted in bold. We're checking out physical books to students (and, via Sora, students can check out ebooks as well) even when students are off-site. Spartans love to read!


     Books in popular fiction series:

    *Aurora Rising & Aurora Burning (Volumes 1 & 2 of a developing series by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff)

    *Champion (Book 3, Legend series by Marie Lu)

    *Diary of a Wimpy Kid series (Books 1 through 14, starting with the earliest) Our students have been requesting these very funny books.

    *The Forging of the Shadows (Book 1, Lightbringer trilogy by Oliver Johnson)

    *Hellraisers (Book 1, Devil's Engine trilogy by Alexander Gorder Smith)

    *Michael Vey series by Richard Paul Evans, Books 1 through 3: Prisoner of Cell 25; Rise of Elgen; Battle of Ampere

    *Narnia series by C.S. Lewis, books needed to complete our set: The Magician's Nephew; The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe; The Horse and His Boy

    *Scythe series by Neal Shusterman, Books 1 through 3: Scythe; Thunderhead; Toll--  all needed in paperback only.

    *The Unwind series by Neal Shusterman, Books 1 through 4: Unwind; Unwholly; Unsouled; UndividedPaperback is fine.

    * The Warcross duology by Marie Lu: Warcross; Wildcard

    *The Watcher (Book 1, The Watcher’s Quest series by Margaret Buffie)

    *War Storm (Book 4, Red Queen series by Victoria Aveyard)


    Battle of the Books 2020-2021, still needed:

    *Killers of the Flower Moon (David Grann)

    *Let Me Hear a Rhyme (Tiffany Jackson)

    *The Novice (Tarna Matharu)

    *Recursion (Blake Crouch)

    *They Both Die at the End (Adam Silvera)


     Other Fiction:

    *A La Carte (Tanita Davis)

    *All the Things We Never Knew (Liara Tamani)

    *All Your Twisted Secrets (Diana Urban)

    *Alice from Dream to Dream (a graphic novel by Giulio Macarone)

    *Analee, In Real Life (Janelle Milanes)

    *The Bandit Kings of Nowhere Park (Jonas Samuelle)

    *The Beckoning Shadow (Katharyn Blair)

    *Before We Were Free (Julia Alvarez)

    *The Boy in the Black Suit (Jason Reynolds)

    *Breath, Eyes, Memory (Edwidge Danticat)

    *Crown (Tiffany Jackson)

    *Echo (Pam Munoz)

    *The Education of Margot Sanchez (Lilliam Rivera)

    *Elatsoe (Darcie Little Badger)

    *Everything I Never Told You (Celeste Ng)

    *Game Changer (Tom Greenwald)

    *The Good Luck Girls (Charlotte N. Davis)

    *Gut Check (Eric Kester)

    *Gutless (Carl Deuker)

    *The Hired Girl (Laura Amy Schlitz)

    *How it Went Down (Kekla Magoon)

    *How Long 'Til Black Future Month? (N.K. Jemison)

    *The Inheritance Games (Jennifer Lynn Barnes)

    *Kindred (Octavia Butler)

    *Knights of the Hill Country (Tim Tharp)

    *Last Pick (graphic sci-fi by Jason Walz)

    *Lesson Before Dying (Ernest Gaines)

    *Long Snapper's Blues (Mike Tanier)

    *Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know (Samira Ahmed)

    *The Map From Here to There (Emery Lord)

    *The Marrow Thieves (Cherie Dimaline)

    *Mexican White Boy (Matt de la Pena)

    *More Than We Can Tell (Brigid Kemmerer)

    *Nickel Boys (Colson Whitehead)

    *Not So Pure and Simple (Lamar Giles)

    *One of Us is Lying (Karen McManus)

    *Pop (Gordon Korman)

    *Sanctuary (Paola Mendoza & Abey Sher)

    *Snowflake AZ (Marcus Sedgwick)

    *Spin (Lamar Giles)

    *Stay Gold (Tobly McSmith)

    *The Strange Case of the Alchemist's Daughter (Theodora Goss)

    *Taste Test (Kelly Fiore)

    *There's Someone in Your House (Stephanie Perkins)

    *We Are the Perfect Girl (Ariel Kaplan)

    *We are Not Free (Traci Chee)

    *We Set the Dark on Fire (Tehlor Kay Mejia)

    *White Rose (Kip Wilson)


    Non-fiction that’s either gone missing or wish-we-had:

    *Between the World and Me (Ta-Nehesi Coates)

    *Bomb (Steve Sheinkin)

    *Boys in the Boat (Daniel James Brown)

    *The Conscious Closet (Elizabeth Cline)

    *Dark Sky Rising (Henry Louis Gates, Jr.)

    *(Don’t) Call Me Crazy: 33 Voices Start the Conversation about Mental Health (Kelly Jensen)

    *The Dozier School for Boys (Elizabeth A. Murray)

    *In My Own Words (Ruth Bader Ginsburg)

    *The Faithful Spy (John Hendrix)

    *Guardians of Liberty (Linda Barrett Osborne)

    *Imaginary Borders (Xiuhtezcatl Martinez)

    *I Want More Pizza:  Real World Money Skills for High School, College, and Beyond (Steve Burkholder)

    *Life in Motion (Misty Copeland)

    *Make it Messy: My Perfectly Imperfect Life (Marcus Samuelson)

    *Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (Frederick Douglass)

    *Range (David Epstein)

    *So You Want to Talk About Race (Ijeoma Oluo)

    *Strange Fruit, Volume 1 (Joel Christian Gill)

    *They Called Us the Enemy (George Takei)

    *Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom (Lynda Blackmon Lowery)

    *Well-Read Black Girl (Glory Edim)

    *When Plague Strikes (James Cross Gibilin)



    Test Study Books (only the most recent editions needed-- from 2019 forward)


    *The Real ACT Prep Guide: The Only Official Prep Guide from the Makers of the ACT

    *Math and Science Workout for the ACT (Melissa Hendrix)

    *Cracking the ACT (Geoff Martz)


    *ASVAB for Dummies

    *ASVAB: The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery


    *Barron's SAT ((Sharon Green)

    *Math Review for the SAT

    *The Official SAT Study Guide


     Anime & Manga:

    *After the Fall (E.C. Myers)

    *Tokyo Ghoul (Sui Ishida) series, starting with Book 1


    Books by Stephen King that students have asked for: 



    *The Institute


    *Pet Sematary

    *The Shining

    *Sleeping Beauties



Last Modified on November 5, 2020