Book Lists

About.com Children’s Books

  • About.com has compiled a list of children’s books that are suitable for a particular time of year.

Thoughtco.com Young Adult Books

  • Thoughtco.com has come up with their own list of novels that are most popular with adolescents.

American Literature

  • Parents and teachers can search this site to find information on authors and select stories that are appropriate for their student’s grade level. This site has a children’s section that deals with American classics.

Buckeye Book Awards

  • This is a terrific site for teachers, students and parents.  Students can read their favorite books and nominate them on the site.  Each year, winners are selected from grades K-8.  Check out this year’s winners as well as past winners. Don’t forget to encourage your child to nominate his or her favorite book!

Caldecott winners 

  • Find the list of Caldecott winners from 1938 till today.

Carol Hurst’s Children’s Literature

  • This site includes book reviews for grades K-9.  You will also find suggestions for read-alouds at any grade level, author profiles and professional topics to review.

Mightybook

  • This site provides ebooks for ages two to eight.

Oprah’s Book Club

  • This site offers a variety of books that have been reviewed by Oprah Winfrey’s book club.  Books are divided by age group so you can easily find stories that are suitable for your student.

Stories, Folklore and Fairy Tales Theme Page

  • This site allows teachers to explore folklore from around the world.  Search by topic, author, genre or region to find the perfect story for your classroom activities.

Storyline Online

  • Choose from a variety of stories that are read aloud by famous actors and actresses.  Students can follow along with the text and pictures as the story is being read. 

Teacher First

  • The National Education Association selected their 100 Best Books in 1999.  This website gives parents and teachers an opportunity to search classic stories for each grade level.

American Literature

  • Parents and teachers can search this site to find information on authors and select stories that are appropriate for their student’s grade level. This site has a children’s section that deals with American classics.

Buckeye Book Awards

  • This is a terrific site for teachers, students and parents.  Students can read their favorite books and nominate them on the site.  Each year winners are selected from grades K-8.  Check out this year’s winners as well as past winners. Don’t for get to encourage your child to nominate their favorite book.

Carol Hurst’s Children’s Literature

  • This site includes book reviews for grades K-9.  You will also find suggestions for read-alouds at any grade level, author profiles and professional topics to review.

Oprah’s Book Club

  • This site offers a variety of books that have been reviewed by Oprah Winfrey’s book club. Books are divided by age group so you can easily find stories that are suitable for your student.

Stories, Folklore and Fairy Tales Theme Page

  • This site allows teachers to explore folklore from around the world.  Search by topic, author, genre or region to find the perfect story for you classroom activities.

Teacher First

  • The National Education Association selected their 100 Best books in 1999.  This website gives parents and teachers an opportunity to search classic stories for each grade level

About.com Young Adult Books

  • About.com has come up with their own list of novels that are most popular with adolescents.

American Literature

  • Parents and teachers can search this sight to find information on authors and select stories that are appropriate for their student’s grade level. This site has a children’s section that with American classics.

Buckeye Book Awards

  • This is a terrific site for teachers, students and parents.  Students can read their favorite books and nominate them on the site.  Each year winners are selected from grades K-8.  Check out this year’s winners as well as past winners. Don’t for get to encourage your child to nominate their favorite book.

Carol Hurst’s Children’s Literature

  • This site includes book reviews for grades K-9th.  You will also find suggestions for read-alouds at any grade level, author profiles and professional topics to review.

Teacher First

  • The National Education Association selected their 100 Best books in 1999.  This website gives parents and teachers an opportunity to search classic stories for each grade level

CURRICULUM RESOURCE CENTER

If you are a member of the BGSU library you can access a wide variety of children’s books, chapter books, and novels for young adults. 
Curriculum Resource Center