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Book Report Books

Listed below (in alphabetical order) are elementary and junior high grade level book report options available through CLASS Homeschools. Information for each includes suggested grade levels, description, and a listing of the materials used. Linked titles will take you to a "look inside" of the primary text. Course materials in bold are eligible for reusable book credit if you already have the item.

If you are looking for high school level book reports, see High School Choice.


Primary Text 24105   Hunting for Whales
Suggested Grade Level: 7th–10th
Description: This novel presents a fascinating account of two young men, from very different backgrounds, who experience the adventure of whaling during the mid-nineteenth century. It is not only a story of adventure and hardship on the high seas, but also a tale of friendship, love, and God's redeeming grace.
Course Materials (Bold = Reusable book credit available for this item):
• Novel –  Hunting for Whales by Michael J. McHugh | ©2011 Great Light Publications


Primary Text 29595   John Bunyan: The Tinker of Bedford
Suggested Grade Level: 6th–9th
Description: John Bunyan was a dedicated and courageous servant of Christ who faced countless hardships. He was imprisoned on numerous occasions for "preaching without a license." Many of his writings (he wrote sixty books, including The Pilgrim's Progress) were banned during his lifetime. And, he faced ongoing rumors initiated by those who sought to undermine his ministry. Examine the life and trials of this faithful man whose dedication and fervor for the Gospel were recognized and acknowledged—even by his most bitter enemies.
Course Materials (Bold = Reusable book credit available for this item):
• Biography –  John Bunyan: The Tinker of Bedford by William Deal | ©1977 Christian Liberty Press


Primary Text 24110   The Life and Legacy of Saint Patrick
Suggested Grade Level: 7th–10th
Description: This novel provides readers with a vivid portrayal of the story of this famous pioneer missionary, and how God empowered him to overcome powerful Druid occult leaders, bloodthirsty tribal chieftains, and a host of other dangers.
Course Materials (Bold = Reusable book credit available for this item):
• Novel –  The Life and Legacy of Saint Patrick by Michael J. McHugh | ©2010 Great Light Publications


Primary Text 29940   The Life of General Stonewall Jackson
Suggested Grade Level: 6th–9th
Description: This biography provides readers with a lively account of the exploits of Thomas Jackson, both prior to and during the War Between the States. Individuals who read this text will learn why Stonewall Jackson was respected and honored by Americans in both the North and the South.
Course Materials (Bold = Reusable book credit available for this item):
• Biography –  The Life of General Stonewall Jackson by Mary L. Williamson | ©1997 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press


Primary Text 29870   The Life of George Washington
Suggested Grade Level: 6th–9th
Description: This biography gives a unique glimpse into the spiritual life and career of the first President of the United States. Little known and often over-looked aspects of Washington's faith are featured throughout this well-documented book.
Course Materials (Bold = Reusable book credit available for this item):
• Biography –  The Life of George Washington by Mary L. Williamson | ©2004 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press


Primary Text 29910   The Life of J.E.B. Stuart
Suggested Grade Level: 6th–9th
Description: In this biography you will follow the exploits of James Ewell Brown Stuart, the general known as the "eyes and ears" of Robert E. Lee, and you will learn about his true source of courage—his Christian faith.
Course Materials (Bold = Reusable book credit available for this item):
• Biography –  The Life of J.E.B. Stuart by Mary L. Williamson | ©1997 Christian Liberty Press


Primary Text 29915   Martin Luther: The Great Reformer
Suggested Grade Level: 7th–12th
Description: This biography is a stirring tale of God's grace. It provides an honest account of the accomplishments of Martin Luther—a remarkable man of God whose words and deeds were the seeds of the Protestant Reformation.
Course Materials (Bold = Reusable book credit available for this item):
• Biography – Martin Luther: The Great Reformer by John Arch Morrison | ©1994 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press


Primary Text 29770   Mr. Pipes and Psalms and Hymns of the Reformation
Suggested Grade Level: 7th–10th
Description: This novel continues the story of two young Americans (Annie and Drew) who travel through Europe with their friend, Mr. Pipes, and learn about several hymns of the Reformation era and their writers. During their trip they must find ways to elude an unknown person who is following them.
Course Materials (Bold = Reusable book credit available for this item):
• Novel –  Mr. Pipes and Psalms and Hymns of the Reformation by Douglas Bond | ©2000 Christian Liberty Press


Primary Text 29760   Mr. Pipes and the British Hymn Makers
Suggested Grade Level: 7th–10th
Description: This first novel in the series by Douglas Bond tells the story of two young Americans who are befriended by an elderly gentleman (Mr. Pipes) while on vacation in England. As he teaches them about famous British hymn writers and their hymns, they learn the value of traditional worship and praise—and they begin to see their own need for salvation.
Course Materials (Bold = Reusable book credit available for this item):
• Novel –  Mr. Pipes and the British Hymn Makers by Douglas Bond | ©1999 Christian Liberty Press