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ALA - Great Elementary Reads
The ALSC 2011-2012 School-Age Programs and Services Committee recommends these titles for children who are just learning to read and beginning to read on their own. The books included were published between 2009 and 2011. However, many are part of a larger series that young readers also will enjoy.
Allen County Public Library Booklists
Includes a number of unique lists as well as the usual genres, some annotated.
The Best Kids Booksite
This site has mostly picture book resources. Also includes craft and story time resources.
Book Adventure is a FREE reading motivation program for children in grades K-8. Children create their own book lists from over 6,000 recommended titles. Created by the Sylvan Learning Foundation.
Hear the buzz on some great books. Search by category, author, or title and find excellent recommendations written by librarians.
Boston Public Library Booklists for Kids
The Boston Public Library has put together an eclectic group of booklists, such as City Life, Asian New Years Celebrations, Dance Fever & more.
Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site
Has book reviews and lists by grade level. Can also be sorted by author or title.
The Center for Children's Books
Has many unique booklists, collected from books reviewed for The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books.
Children's Booklists on the Web
A very thorough list of notable booklist sites from the Monroe County Public Library, Indiana.
Children's Literature Network
Children’s Literature Network provides connection, encouragement, education, camaraderie, and programming for adults who are passionate about encouraging kids to read.
Cooperative Children's Book Center
There are thousands of new books published for children and young adults each year. The CCBC helps librarians, teachers, child care providers and others navigate the abundance of choices to locate the best books possible to meet their needs.
Database of Award-Winning Children's Literature
DAWCL has over 5,000 records from 60 awards across six English-speaking countries. Compiled and indexed by a librarian.
A literacy initiative developed by Jon Scieszka designed to "help boys become better readers, better students, better guys".
Highland Park Public Library Book Suggestions
Has many different booklists by either grade level or subject.
Mid-Continent Public Library Juvenile Series & Sequels
The 'Juvenile Series and Sequels' database currently contains over 20,000 books in series titles that are classified into three audiences, juvenile easy, juvenile & young adult.
Morton Grove Public Library
Annotated lists, including standard & unique genres such as books about talking animals, young inventors, ghost stories, & horse stories.
Multnomah County Library Recommended Booklists
Lots of lists of recommended book titles, arranged by grade level and subject, to give you good reading ideas.
New York Public Library Recommended Reading
Lists include 100 favorite books broken down by topic, "100 Picture Books Everyone Should Know," and much more.
St. Charles Public Library Youth Recommended Reading Lists
Organized into the general theme categories. When you click on a theme, you'll be taken to a page of book lists in that category.
World of Reading: Book Reviews by kids
Kids write about their own favorite books. Great source for reading ideas, plus you can write your own reviews for other kids to read.