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By Rob Reger, Jessica Gruner

Emily's uniquely unusual homeschool syllabus includes:

1. Time trip 101
2. complicated undercover agent Photography
3. Bonnet fundamentals
4. nice Aunts throughout the Ages
5. Intro to Germ Theory
6. Care and Feeding of 'Squito Fish
7. basics of Black Rock
8. Spiderweb Embroidery
9. old & modern Felines
10. Pop Quizzes
11. Foodstuffs of the 1780s
12. Thwarting Ancestral Enemies
13. ideas in Parallel

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From a theoretical stance, capitalism can be read and interpreted and is something that can be discussed and explored with young people in varied contexts. However, it is important to stress that capitalism is much more than a theoretical construct: since a world of profit, surplus, debt, and labor drive the actions and structures schools prepare children for, looking at how these structures play out in the books youth read is necessary. For example, because books and–to be more specific– young adult books cater to a specific market, surplus and labor are built around youth consumption of books.

No one has ever suspected me of being what I am, which is an alien military leader with superpowers. If anyone ever does, it will be a bad day for me. (Amazon, 2010) The ruse of this alien author is continued within the paratextual disclaimer the preludes the text: “The events in this book are real. Names and places have been changed to protect the Lorien Six, who remain in hiding. Take this as your first warning. Other civilizations do exist. ” In terms of world-building and creating reader enthusiasm, the antics of the book’s publisher in playing with the identity of the author and the fiction that these events are real help immerse youth in the rich setting of Paradise, OH and the tenuous grasp on the ledge of safety that the Loriens hold.

The numerous responses I received over a month-long period varied widely from advice on what books not to teach to suggestions of activities I should include to well-argued rationales for certain books to be taught. Though I augmented the student recommendations with slightly older books (The Chocolate War, The Pigman, and Go Ask Alice) I felt helped illustrate classical YA tropes, the syllabus for my first Adolescents’ Literature class reflected the selections and voices of passionate YA reading teenagers.

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