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Library Summer Reading Information

Summary: Whitman Middle School Readings Lists from Librarian Ms. Macer.

Summer Book Lists

Please explore the many book lists below for all students at Whitman Middle School. Can’t wait to see you in 2022-2023!

Incoming 6th Graders to Whitman MS

I am so excited to welcome rising 5th graders to Whitman MS. Wildcats Read.

I’m here to help you pick some great books!! Happy Reading!
~ Whitman MS Librarian Ms. Macer

Whitman MS Favorite Book List

Below is a list of some of the favorites books that students read at Whitman Middle School.

Wildcats Read 22-23

Below is a link to an array of curated books that will be highlighted all year at WMS. They feature diverse topics, BIPoC authors and protagonists, meaningful messages along with great entertainment.

They are meant to be mirrors and windows, so that we can learn, see into others’ lives, & make sense of the world. Age & grade recommendations are a starting point with many options for free choice.

Keep in mind that you can put a book down if it seems too mature, scary, is too frustrating, or just does not feel right. Happy Reading!

Wildcats Read 22-23 Quick View List

  1. Ace of Spades
  2. Across the Desert
  3. The Agathas
  4. All My Rage
  5. Angel of Greenwood
  6. Barefoot Dreams of Petra Luna
  7. The Best Liars in Riverview
  8. Born Behind Bars
  9. Brother’s Keeper
  10. Cemetery Boys
  11. The Darkness Outside Us
  12. Defy the Night
  13. Excuse Me While I Ugly Cry
  14. Every Missing Piece
  15. Fallout
  16. Falling Short
  17. Fast Pitch
  18. Final Season
  19. Found
  20. Glitter Gets Everywhere
  21. High Five for Glenn Burke
  22. Hollow Fires
  23. The Heartbreak Bakery
  24. The House on the Cerulean Sea
  25. I Kissed Shara Wheeler
  26. I Must Betray You
  27. In the Wild Light
  28. A Kind of Spark
  29. Kneel
  30. The Last Fallen Star
  31. Loveless
  32. The Many Meanings of Meilin
  33. Nothing More to Tell
  34. Orphan’s of the Tide
  35. Once Upon a Broken Heart
  36. The Other Talk
  37. Pahua and the Soul Stealer
  38. The Red Palace
  39. Six Crimson Cranes
  40. Surviving the City #1 & #2
  41. Ten Thousand Tries
  42. Thanks A Lot, Universe
  43. This Poison Heart
  44. Those Kids from Fawn Creek
  45. The Troubled Girls of Dragomir Academy
  46. Troublemaker
  47. Violets are Blue
  48. What About Will
  49. When the World Was Ours
  50. Yusuf Azeem Is Not a Hero

Museum and Outdoor Recreation Passes

Add to your summer fun by getting FREE passes to local museums.

Did you know you can also check out Discovery Passes for free through the library?

Visit the Seattle Public Library website, specifically the Museum Pass and Outdoor Recreation pages.

ALL SPS students have an SPL account. To learn how to sign in, visit Library Link. To find your student ID, visit The Source