Here are the novels I have already approved for reading in World History 9B.
You can see that most of them have an audio version available on the web. Mrs. Pigott also has most of them available for audio check out at the library. The library versions are usually a little higher quality than those on the web.
These links are to help you find your book in the format you prefer, but you are the one finally responsible to locate your book.
Most of these books are available in the school and public library. If you choose to purchase one, they are available on Amazon at rather low prices. That's because they are in the public domain. The least expensive ones will be the thrift or classic editions. If you check your buying options, these will generally be just a few dollars as used books. Look at the list.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Twain
Great Expectations, Dickens
Treasure Island, Stevenson
A Tale of Two Cities, Dickens
Jane Eyre, Bronte
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle
Grimm's Fairy Tales, Grimm Bros.
Robinson Crusoe, Defoe
David Copperfield, Dickens
The Count of Monte Cristo, Dumas
The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland, Carroll
Life on the Mississippi, Twain
The Picture of Dorian Gray, Wilder
The Three Musketeers, Dumas
The Man in the Iron Mask, Dumas
The Woman in White, Collins
Note > This one is a pretty scary story.
Les Miserable, Hugo
The Les Mis Challenge
If you read the entire unabridged book - it's about 1500 pages - you will receive 200 points extra credit. You can tell I love this book!