• Reading Suggestions

    Need some help finding that “just right” book? Look at these suggestions from teachers and students across the country.

    Center for Teaching and Learning in Edgecomb, Maine
    The students at the Center for Teaching and Learning, an internationally recognized demonstration school, publishes an annual list of grade level suggestions. Teachers, parents, and students may use this list as a guide toward great selections. Click here.

    Children’s Choices
    Children’s Choices is co-sponsored by the International Literacy Association and the Children’s Book Council. This list includes brief reviews of titles, each of which has been recommended by children themselves. Click here.

    Teacher's Choices
    The Teachers’ Choices project, a division of the International Literacy Association, has developed and annual annotated reading list of new books that student will enjoy. Click here.

    Young Adults’ Choices Reading List
    Each year approximately 4,500 grades 7-12 students recommend 30 new titles for young adult readers. Parents: Please be advised these lists are for more advanced readers and address mature themes.Click here.

    Indie Kids Next List
    Are you looking for a good book to read? Each month independent booksellers across the country choose their favorite selections and write a short, descriptive review. Be sure to consult the current Kids Next List as well as previous lists. Click here.