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This list from the New York Public Library includes classics that have endured, as well as newer titles.
You may find some old favorites and new treasures!
This site has a list of picture books as well as a link to a list of chapter books.
Lists of books for various age levels are recommended by the Association for Library Service to Children.
Enter the number from the back of your CCPL card to access this wonderful literacy resource. Students may watch animated storybooks and read related nonfiction texts.
The Caldecott Medal is awarded each year to "the artist of the most distinguished American Picture Book for Children published in the United States during the preceding year."
Dig deeper into your favorite book!
The Indiana Reading Lists provide examples of the type of literature recommended for grades K-2 and 3-5. Click the link and scroll down to the bottom to see the link for the Reading Lists.
Do you need something to read, but can't go to the library? Try reading a book online!
Check out this site for book recommendations, activities, and interviews.
This site has lists of great read-alouds for all ages from the Indiana Library Federation.
Check out this site for read-along stories, games, reading lists, and more.
What's next in your favorite series? Check this site from the Mid-Continent Public Library for lists of series books by title, subject, or author.
Check out this site for lists of YHBA books for grades K-3 or 4-6.
Find recommendations based on your current favorites.
Keeping in mind that INTEREST plays a huge role in motivating readers, you can search the library catalog by reading level to find the perfect book.
Log in to the catalog to view your history. Then find a book you enjoyed, click the cover, and scroll down to see the tags. Click a tag to find your next great read!
For more detailed instructions, click the link below.
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