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Learning Links

Reading Resources
  • CHILDREN’S BOOK COUNCIL. The council’s 2006 list has picture books, chapter books, young adult selections and graphic novels from its member publishers.  
  • READING ROCKETS. Find tips to help young readers, as well as interviews with authors and extensive reading lists.
  • READING LISTS FROM RIF AND ALA. Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) and the American Library Association (ALA) provide grade-level reading lists for K-12. You’ll also find a complete summer reading program.
  • INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOCIATION’S CHOICE LIST. Each year the International Reading Association compiles three “Choices” book lists: one selected by children, one by teachers and one by young adults.
  • BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY TEEN LOUNGEThis site connects teens to online tutoring programs, book lists, a section called “What Other Teens Are Reading” and practice tests for the state’s standardized exams. Great ideas for summer reading.
  • CAROL HURST’S CHILDREN’S LITERATURE. This site offers comprehensive reading lists by grade with links to book reviews. Hurst is a storyteller, lecturer, author and language arts consultant. Her site also features curriculum ideas.
  • EDUCATION WORLD. Extensive resource for teachers includes grade-level reading lists and suggested activities.

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