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Books 11th Grade

Updated on March 11, 2011

Books 11th Grade

This book list includes most of the best books for young adults in 11th grade and provides links to purchase many of the books. There aren’t many books written at this level. Most books, newspapers, and magazines are written at a far lower ability level, typically between 4th-7th grade. Consequently, you’ll find that many of the novels written at the 11th grade level are classics. If you don’t find what you’re looking for on this list, you might try the book list for 10th or 12th grade. The difference, in terms of ability level, among books of these levels is minimal, and I would highly encourage you to look at all of these lists. Also, book levels are based on reading difficulty, not content or plot. Many books are highly readable but challenging in different ways, typically incorporating symbolism and other important literary devices. Again, it is entirely appropriate to read books above or below the reading level you are targeting if the book challenges the reader in other ways, perhaps in provocative way.

11th Grade Level Books

Ancient Greeks, The

Ancient Romans, The

Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, The

Brave New World Revisited

Future Shock

House of Seven Gables, The

Hunchback of Notre-Dame

Iliad, The

Influential Figures of Ancient Greece

Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The

Oliver Twist

Profiles in Courage

Scarlet Letter, The

Three Musketeers, The

Walden and Other Writings

Wuthering Heights

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