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Alvirne High School has assigned multiple summer reading programs to be completed by Fall 2016. Some departments are requiring students to examine one or more authors/titles in order to meet additional project requirements.
Click on the department name to view department assignments. All titles are listed alphabetically by author. This list is current as of June 2016.
Titles or authors included in our collection link to the record in our catalog. Please note: Only the titles in our collection are listed below. If you see a title on the reading list that is not included on this post but is listed on the reading list, we may be able to request the title from another library. Please call us at 603-886-6030 for more information.
Honors biology students can work in Rodgers Memorial Library gardens to fulfill one of many available outreach requirements, listed here. Please contact Amy Friedman at 603-866-6030 for more information.
Reading list for email assignment here, with available books in our collection listed below. Click on the title to access the record in our catalog. All titles listed alphabetically by author.