A list of favorite books that Children's Librarian, Miss Carol, found this past year. The list includes picture books, chapter books, and non-fiction books for children of all ages.
Excited about the next Diary of a Wimpy Kid book coming out? Want to read something similar to these funny books? Take a look at this list of books that are somewhat similar yet somewhat different then Greg's adventures.
Suggested by Miss Bonnie and Miss Carol. Old favorites as well as new favorites everyone will enjoy.
Find a book on your school's Accelerated Reading list and then reserve a copy in the Library's online catalog.
Lists the 2012 book and media award winners from the Association of Library Service to Children (ALSC). This includes the famous Newberry and Caldecott awards.
This is Miss Carol's favorite spot to get information about book series, titles, and authors related to children's series books. If you have a favorite series, but don't know what book comes next, this is a great website to use!
The Newbery Medal was named for eighteenth-century British bookseller John Newbery. It is awarded annually by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association, to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children.
An authoritative resource for finding the best current literature for children of all ages. The website includes summaries, read-alikes, reviews, and links to related activities. Find the books with links to Library Finder and various booksellers. Join the newsletter and the ReadKiddoRead Community to access author interviews, blogs, lesson plans, and more!
The Sasquatch Award allows students in Washington State the opportunity to nominate and vote for their favorite books. Sponsored by the Washington Library Media Association (WLMA), the focus is to select the best books for kids in the intermediate grades.
Sponsored by the Washington Library Media Association (WLMA) this award is voted annually by the K-3 students in Washington state.
Sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA) this award is voted annually by the children served by the states and provinces of the PNLA. The divisions of this award include Junior (4-6 grades), Intermediate (7-9 grades), and Senior (10-12 grades).