Top Discovering Literature Titles

As a part of our Discovering Literature series, this year we've added dozens of fresh titles to our ever-growing catalogue of discounted paperback books. Discover our best sellers!

The Looking Glass Wars

The Looking Glass Wars

Even the most reluctant of readers will be hooked by this first novel in Frank Beddor's fantasy series. Clever and intriguing, your middle school students will enjoy this creative reimagining of a familiar story.

All the Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See

This World War II novel jumps back and forth between two parallel narratives—the story of Marie-Laure, a young blind French girl, and that of Werner, a German boy drafted as a radio officer. The quick chapters, incisive plotting, and thrilling story are sure to make this book an instant favorite in your class.

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

It’s easy to see why this modern fantasy novel spent 70 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List. You’ll be amazed at how engaged your students will be by the creepy and unusual photographs scattered throughout the book and the story of outsiders coming together to create a home.

The Girls of Atomic City

The Girls of Atomic City

Your students will admire the bravery, humility, and strength of the women profiled in Denise Kiernan’s nonfiction bestseller. The book is becoming a must-have in any classroom.

The Wright Brothers

The Wright Brothers

Told in stunning detail, and featuring intimate stories about the brothers and their family, The Wright Brothers will enlighten and entertain your students from beginning to end.

A Man Called Ove

A Man Called Ove

This heartwarming Swedish novel about a curmudgeonly old man is a fantastic choice to help students see through the eyes of others. When the novel starts, readers view Ove as a stubborn and unlikable character, but as they learn more about him, his history, and what he’s willing to do for others, these same readers will learn to admire and appreciate Ove’s unique sense of integrity.

Go Set a Watchman

Go Set a Watchman

Harper Lee's second novel takes place 20 years or so after the events in Mockingbird, and it will be sure to raise new issues, open up new discussion topics, and add a vibrancy to your discussions this year.

Salt to the Sea

Salt to the Sea

This historical novel sheds light on the deadliest maritime disaster in history. This intense and powerful tragedy is great for teaching point of view and perfect for teachers looking for a brand new book that students will love.

The Reader

The Reader

Selected as an ALA Top Ten Fiction Pick for 2017, The Reader is a fantasy about the power of words and language. Featuring pirates and assassins in a world in which reading is unheard of, this thrilling adventure will hook reluctant readers. This novel just might become your students’ favorite book of the year.

Brooklyn

Brooklyn

The book that inspired the award-winning movie, Brooklyn is a charming historical novel featuring a brave who must choose between the two men she loves, as well as between two vastly different coun­tries. Students will stay invested in Lacey’s story long after the novel ends.