•    MEDIA CENTER BOOKS WISH LIST (updated 3/31/21)

    Many thanks to you—parents and students—who have donated wish list books to the media center. If you’ve got a new or gently used copy of any of the following books, please consider dropping it off 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). Spartans love to read!


     Books in popular fiction series:

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

    *Last Pick, Books 1 & 2 (of the graphic sci-fi series by Jason Walz)

    *Narnia series by C.S. Lewis, books 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 2 through 3: Thunderhead; Toll-- both needed in paperback only.

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

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

    *Wildcard (Marie Lu)


    Other Fiction:

    *Everything I Never Told You (Celeste Ng)

    *Game Changer (Tom Greenwald)

    *Kindred (Octavia Butler)-- the novel, not the graphic adaptation

    *Lesson Before Dying (Ernest Gaines)

    *Long Snapper's Blues (Mike Tanier)

    *The Map From Here to There (Emery Lord)

    *Mexican White Boy (Matt de la Pena)

    *More Than We Can Tell (Brigid Kemmerer)

    *Pop (Gordon Korman)

    *Spin (Lamar Giles)

    *They Both Die at the End (Adam Silvera)

    *Where the Crawdads Sing (Delia Owens)

    *White Rose (Kip Wilson)


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

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

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

    *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)

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

    *Strange Fruit, Volume 1 (Joel Christian Gill)

    *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 (we need only the most recent editions-- 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: The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery


    *Barron's SAT ((Sharon Green)

    *Math Review for the SAT

    *The Official SAT Study Guide


    Books by Stephen King that students have asked for: 



    *The Institute


    *Pet Sematary

    *The Shining

    *Sleeping Beauties



Last Modified on March 31, 2021