Textbooks

English Writing 300 at American River College

The only book you need for this class is Suzanne Collins’ novel, The Hunger Games, ISBN # 9780439023528*. You may acquire it in digital or print format; if you choose to listen to the audio book, you’ll still need a copy of the written text to use in class and while writing the essay. It’s available in the campus bookstore, at most big box and thrift stores, and I have a few used copies available to purchase for $5 each. You can also check it out from the public library for free, in digital, audio, or print format.

English Writing 101 at American River College

The only book you need for this class is Sherman Alexie’s novel, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, ISBN # 978-0316013697*. You may acquire it in digital or print format; if you choose to listen to the audio book, you’ll still need a copy of the written text to use in class and while writing the essay. It’s available in the campus bookstore, at most big box and thrift stores, and I have a few used copies available to purchase for $5 each. You can also check it out from the public library for free, in digital, audio, or print format.

English 1A at Woodland Community College

The only book you need for this class is Suzanne Collins’ novel, The Hunger Games, ISBN # 9780439023528*. You may acquire it in digital or print format; if you choose to listen to the audio book, you’ll still need a copy of the written text to use in class and while writing the essay. It’s available in the campus bookstore, at most big box and thrift stores, and I have a few used copies available to purchase for $5 each. You can also check it out from the public library for free, in digital, audio, or print format.

English 51 at Woodland Community College

The only book you need for this class is Sherman Alexie’s novel, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, ISBN # 978-0316013697*. You may acquire it in digital or print format; if you choose to listen to the audio book, you’ll still need a copy of the written text to use in class and while writing the essay. It’s available in the campus bookstore, at most big box and thrift stores, and I have a few used copies available to purchase for $5 each. You can also check it out from the public library for free, in digital, audio, or print format.

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