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Subject Index: Books to read/view on-line | Sites to help locate book appropriate book titles

Books to read/view on-line:

book.gif - 1.3 K Book Hive:
Great site where you can search for books by author, title, reading level, interest area, number of pages, and even favorite illustrator.
book.gif - 1.3 K International Children's Digital LIbrary:
Need a book to read? Here you will find a growing collection of children's materials digitized in their original languages for children 3-13 years old.
book.gif - 1.3 K Sesame Street Talk, Listen and Connect:
A bilingual educational outreach initiative designed for military families and their young children to share. Downloads and handouts and music are available.
book.gif - 1.3 K Starfall Learn to Read:
Offered free as a public service, Starfall presents a leveled reading program that begins with basic phonics for pre-readers up to about second grade level.
book.gif - 1.3 K Storyline Online:
An online streaming video program featuring Screen Actors Guild members reading children's books. Requires Flash Player plug-in.
book.gif - 1.3 K TumbleBooks Library:
A collection of animated, talking picture books, reading comprehension quizzes, educational games, and teacher resources. Also included is a Spanish and French language learning section and the option to view the site in Spanish, Chinese and French.

Find good books to read:
book.gif - 1.3 K Award Winning Children's Books:
California Young Reader Medal Books, Newbery Medal Winners, Caldecott Medal Winners as well as John and Patricia Beatty Award Winners.
book.gif - 1.3 K Book Hive:
Great site where you can search for books by author, title, reading level, interest area, number of pages, and even favorite illustrator.
book.gif - 1.3 K Book News:
Fiction, Picture Books and Bestseller’s Lists.
book.gif - 1.3 K California STAR Reading:
This site has been developed to assist parents and students in selecting books written at a level of difficulty that corresponds with a childs's ability to read. Drawn from California's recommended literature lists for students in kindergartern through twelve, the reading lists on this site have been specifically tailored to match the achievement level of each student who participated in the statewide assessment program during the previous spring.
book.gif - 1.3 K Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site:
This is a collection of reviews of great books for kids, ideas of ways to use them in the classroom and collections of books and activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas, themes and professional topics.
book.gif - 1.3 K Children's Books by Chinese American Authors: An Annotated Bibliography
Compiled by
Zheng Ye Yang
Chair of the CALA Publication Committee (1999-2000)
book.gif - 1.3 K Database of Award-Winning Children's Literature:
Maintained by a Reference Librarian this database makes it possible to search award winning children's books using criteria such as age of reader, genre, setting and several others.
book.gif - 1.3 K MCPL Children's Services -- Books in a Series:
Alphabetical by author-lists series name and titles within the series. Compiled by Monroe County Public Library, Indiana.
book.gif - 1.3 K Recommended Literature: Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve:
Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve is a collection of outstanding literature for children and adolescents. This new list updates and replaces two earlier documents published by the California Department of Education (CDE)- Recommended Readings in Literature: Kindergarten Through Grade Eight (1996) and Recommended Literature: Grades Nine Through Twelve (1990). These separate lists have been combined into one new and comprehensive list spanning kindergarten through grade twelve.
book.gif - 1.3 K Stories From The Web:
If you like books and stories then come on in to 'Stories from the Web'. You can read stories, email authors, write reviews and even write your own stories. It's all here at 'Stories from the Web'.

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