33 Books Every 2000s Middle Schooler Remembers All Too Well
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33 Books Every 2000s Middle Schooler Remembers All Too Well

Remember when AR's were a thing?

33 Books Every 2000s Middle Schooler Remembers All Too Well
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Just the other day, I had gone to Barnes & Noble and picked out a few books to engross myself with this summer. While I was there, I stumbled along the aisle with all of the popular "middle-school" reads and it made me think back to my middle school years and all of the amazing series of books I had read.

So for every person who grew up and went to middle school during the 2000s, this reading list is for you.

1. Harry Potter

2. Twilight

3. The Hunger Games

4. A Series of Unfortunate Events

5. American/Michigan Chillers

6. Goosebumps

7. Little House on the Prairie

8. Nancy Drew

9. Shadow Children Series

10. The Lord of the Rings

11. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

12. The Uglies

13. 13 Reasons Why

14. Looking for Alaska

15. Diary of Anne Frank

16. The Babysitters Club

17. Bailey School Kids

18. Magic Tree House

19. The Berenstain Bears

20. Hatchet

21. Tuck Everlasting

22. The Hobbit

23. 39 Clues

24. Pendragon & Eragon

25. The Wave

26. Where the Red Fern Grows

27. Phantom of the Opera

28. Junie B. Jones

29. The Boxcar Children

30. Confessions of a Shopaholic

31. Anne of Green Gables

32. Phoenix Rising

33. The 5th Wave

Now that you've relived your childhood and reminisced on some of your favorite past time reads, it's time to bring out the AR's again to see if you truly comprehended the storylines. Good luck.

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