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Summer Reading

1st - 12th Grade Required Summer Reading

Caprock students entering 1st through 12th grades are required to read during summer break and should be prepared for book discussion on the first day of school.  Summer reading also allows ours students to work towards a reward from Mesa County Library Summer Reading program by reading their required book. 
 
1st Grade
Soaring to New Heights  *Sold at the Caprock Academy front office $6.00
 
2nd Grade
Short Stories  *Sold at the Caprock Academy front office $6.00
 
3rd Grade
The Trumpet of the Swan by E.B. White; ISBN: 9780064408677 Barnes and Noble price: $7.99 
 
4th Grade
Pollyanna  *Sold at the Caprock Academy front office $10.00
 
5th Grade
Shakespeare Stealer by Gary Blackwood; ISBN: 9780141305950  Barnes and Noble price: $8.99 
 
6th Grade
The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemmingway; ISBN: 9780684801223  Barnes and Noble price: $12.99 
 
7th Grade
Call of the Wild by Jack London; ISBN: 9780141321059 Barnes and Noble price: $6.99 
 
8th Grade
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin; ISBN: 9780486290737 Barnes and Noble price: $4.00 
 
9th Grade
Epic of Gilgamesh by Anonymous; ISBN: 9780140441000 Barnes and Noble price: $14.00 
 
10th Grade
Frankenstein (B&N Signature Classics) by Mary Shelley; ISBN: 9781435171442 Barnes and Noble price: $9.99
 
10th Grade
Two Lives of Charlemagne, Einhard; ISBN: 9780140442137 Barnes and Noble price: $16.00 
 
11th Grade
The Crucible by Arthur Miller; ISBN: 9780142437339 Barnes and Noble price: $16.00 
Grade Common Sense by Thomas Paine; ISBN: 9780451528896 Barnes and Noble price:$6.95
 
12th Grade  
Macbeth (Folger Shakespeare Library Series); ISBN: 9780743477109 Barnes and Noble price: $6.99 
The Art of War (B&N Signature Classics) by Sun Tzu; ISBN: 9781593080174 Barnes and Noble price: $11.95

Staff Required Summer Reading

Caprock teachers, educational assistants, office staff and administration are required to read a book chosen by our administrative team each summer.  This summer, our staff will be reading "What Great Teachers Do Differently" by Todd Whitaker.