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OUTSIDE READING SUITABLE FOR LEVEL 3-4 AND SOME LEVEL 2  CLASSES

Keeley Library Staff                                6/27/98

The following series either contain shorter reading selections, are easier to read, or have many more llustrations than those we've listed for AP and Honors classes. Click on any of the  links below to see available titles and corresponding Keeley Library call numbers for each book  we own f rom that series. America's Alternatives Bibliography
 
American Heritage Books
American Women of Achievement 
Caribbean Connections
Coping with....   series
Cultures of America
Discovering Our Heritage
Discrimination
First Books...
Great Cities
Great Events
Grolier Educational Series
History of the Modern World
Icarus World Issues
Library of Social Issues
Lucent Overview
Milestones in Black American History
Modern Industrial World
Opposing Viewpoints Juniors
Places and Peoples
Portraits of Nations
Values Library
Wonders of Man
World Biographies
World Focus Books
World Today
World's Wild Places
Immigrant
In their Own Words

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Jane Constant, Reference Librarian
Keeley Library, B.M.C.Durfee High School of Fall River
September, 1978  to  June, 2001