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Before reading the texts, review the summer reading assignment requirements: 

The three required AP Language and Composition texts are:

The Jungle  (Upton Sinclair)

Need a copy of the book?

1) Go to the KHS library (they have a limited supply)

2) Click on the above title for a link to Amazon (about $6 plus shipping for the Dover Thrift edition)

3) Click on to access pdf. downloads and audio of each chapter (this is a really great website!)

(access to this website seems to be sporadic; if the link is not working, click on the pdf. attached below)

4) Click on the image below for a pdf. version of the entire novel (from our friends at W.W. Norton):

5) Go to your local Chester County Library and checkout the book with your FREE library card (click on the below graphic for a link to search the database to find and request the book):

Up From Slavery  (Booker T. Washington)

Need a copy of the book?

1) Go to the KHS library (they have a limited supply)

2) Click on the title for a link to Amazon (about $2.70 plus shipping for the Dover Thrift edition)

3) Click on to access pdf. downloads and audio of each chapter (this is a really great website!)

(access to this website seems to be sporadic; if the link is not working, click on the pdf. attached below)

4) Click on the image below for a pdf. version of the entire novel (from our friends at Google Books):

5) Go to your local Chester County Library and checkout the book with your FREE library card (click on the below graphic for a link to search the database to find and request the book):

   

Travels With Charley (John Steinbeck)

Need a copy of the book?

1) Go to the KHS library (they have a limited supply)

2) Stop by Mr. Hutcheson's room (106) before the end of school to pick up a copy (I have about 30 copies)

3) Click on the title for a link to Amazon (about $11.45 plus shipping for the Penguin edition)

4) Go to your local Chester County Library and checkout the book with your FREE library card (click on the below graphic for a link to search the database to find and request the book):   

Students are free to read any edition of the summer reading novels. The only exception to this is that students may not read "abridged" versions.

Students are not responsible for reading any prefaces or introductions.

 

 

 

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