In these uncertain times, reading feels more important than ever. That’s why we’re grateful to our friends at Harper Perennial for giving away ten beloved books to ten lucky teachers. Save them for your classroom when schools reopen, or give them to students who could use them now.
This collection of ten high school English classroom essentials includes classics both new and old, including Roxane Gay’s insightful collection of essays, Bad Feminist; Aldous Huxley’s ever-relevant dystopian satire, Brave New World; and Louise Erdrich’s National Book Award winner, The Round House.
If you’re one of 10 lucky high school teacher winners, you’ll score all of these amazing titles:
- Bad Feminist | Roxane Gay
- The Bean Trees | Barbara Kingsolver
- Brave New World | Aldous Huxley
- The Bridge of San Luis Rey | Thornton Wilder
- House Made of Dawn | N. Scott Momaday
- How to Read Poetry Like a Professor | Thomas C. Foster
- Native Son | Richard Wright
- Pilgrim at Tinker Creek | Annie Dillard
- The Round House | Louise Erdrich
- To Kill a Mockingbird | Harper Lee
- Plus, a limited edition Harper Perennial tote bag!
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