7th Grade Reading List
Reading Suggestions for 7th Graders from the Weber County Library
Fourteen-year-old Miri is sent to Princess Academy and discovers unexpected talents and connections to her homeland.
Uses firsthand accounts, oral histories, and essays from school newspapers and yearbooks to tell the story of the Japanese Americans who were sent to live in internment camps during World War II.
From monarchs murdered at the hands of their subjects to kings killed on the battlefield, the stories of ten royals are told through the blending of dramatic storytelling and historical fact and enhanced with fascinating photographs and artwork.
Paul Fisher plays soccer despite the thick glasses he wears because of a mysterious eye injury.
Did Marco Polo really do what he claimed to have done? Did he really visit the court of Kublai Khan and travel throughout the East? Freedman presents the case for and against the truth of Marco Polo's great tales of exploration, using Polo's own stories and the accounts of the time.
In 1413, a young maidservant accompanies her deeply religious mistress, Dame Margery Kempe, on a pilgrimage to Rome.
In 1892, a nine-year-old Jewish boy from Naples arrives in New York penniless and alone.
As magic fades from the world, Jennifer Strange is having trouble keeping her magician employment agency business afloat, until she begins having visions that foretell the death of the last dragon and the coming of Big Magic.
Sixteen-year-old Thomas wakes up with no memory in the middle of a maze.
In 1961 after Castro has come to power in Cuba, fourteen-year-old Lucia and her seven-year-old brother are sent to the United States when her parents, who are not in favor of the new regime, fear that the children will be taken away from them as others have been.