If you are interested in browsing for free downloadable books for the iPad for your own reading pleasure, visit Project Gutenberg’s massive page HERE. You can also check out the resources at ReadAnyBook.com.

Regarding our own page, check back every so often, as we will continue to add specific links to the texts that we teach at BHS in case you’d like a copy to download onto your iPad.

Romeo & Juliet (w/ no line numbers)
Greek Mythology

Oedipus Trilogy (including Antigone)
Of Mice and Men

The Great Gatsby

Twice Told Tales – Nathaniel Hawthorne short stories

Macbeth (w/ no line numbers)



4 thoughts on “eBooks

  1. Your sophomore curriculum appears to be very rigorous. Is your sophomore year of English an entire year, or is the year half English and half speech? I would be curious to learn more about your sophomore curriculum if you are willing to share.

    • The sophomore course is a full year, and the idea for the first two years is to expose the students to as wide a variety of voices, eras and styles of writing as possible. I will be updating the core course descriptions soon, so feel free to check back in to see exactly which books we offer at each level and grade. Thanks!

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