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What grade levels would Huckleberry Finn and Moby Dick be in?

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  1. For good readers, both are about grade 6 or 7. That does not mean rereading it later would be good content fare. Both have deep plot roots, and the character development is deep. That a 12 or 13 year old is likely to miss.

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  2. I would think either of those books would be most appropriate for minimum of 7th grade.

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