The following sites include recommended titles, authors, and activities. Please remember that not all books are suitable for all ages.
              ReadKiddoRead.com Official Newsletter


    A site to find great books and the ability to create unique book lists.
    A great site for all ages including preschool through high school. Not all authors are appropriate for K-5 students.
    Children MoviesThe movie link from Children's Literature Web Guide.
    Welcome to the BookHive! Zinger the bee and his worker bees have been busy reviewing a hive-full of children's books for you to enjoy.
     The Reading Corner

    Our Purpose is to write book reviews for readers in grades 2-8 that give a little more information than what you find in the library catalog. We hope that you use this site and then visit libraries, talk to librarians, and most especially, read more book.

    Booker T. Worm  Kidsreads.com is the first book and author site created especially for ages 6-12. Booker T. Worm, a friendly, bespectacled mascot guides kids through the fun of reading on Kidsreads.com.
     Carol HurstThis 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.
     Internet Public Library Internet Public Library.
     New York City Public Library for Kids
     100 titles recommended by the New York City Public Library
    Scary Books  
     Only for those who dare to be scared!!


     The Screen Actor's Guild presents stories read by famous people. Games and activities are included.
    Oprah Book ClubOprah's Book Club for Children that uses titles gleaned from the American Library Association.

          Reading Rocks

    Great site for teaching kids to read and enjoy books.