So, you’ve read up on the Expectations and Procedures for Free Voluntary Reading (FVR), and you’ve downloaded every free FVR Library resource possible. Maybe you’ve already put together a Donor’s Choose, wrote some grants, or maybe you’re just ready to use your textbook fund for something else! Well, I’ve decided to share some of the legwork. This post has my classroom FVR Library List.
It’s important to note that I teach Spanish I and II, so the majority of the novels on my list are for those levels, and not so many advanced students. There are a few more challenging novels included for later in the year, but not a ton.
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My FVR Library List
I’ve gotten several requests for suggestions for books for a classroom FVR library list in Spanish class, so I thought I’d share my list!
Feel free to make a copy and use for your own dreaming and organizational purposes. I love a good spreadsheet (although a recent Instagram poll suggests I’m in the minority for that. C’mon you guys!). I intend to add to the list as I discover more options, and as more books get published, so stay tuned!
Cite Your Sources!
These definitely are not all of the books out there, and I used a lot of different lists to help me build mine! Here are some of the resources that helped me compile this list for my classroom:
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What’s on your classroom wishlist? Anything you would add? Again, feel free to make a copy of the list I started and use it for your own!
P.S. If you feel like being my fairy godmother and granting a wish, here is an Amazon Classroom Wishlist of novels for my students!