NoveList K-8 Plus
Just-right books for every reader, NoveList K-8 Plus is a trusted source of read-alike recommendations specifically for younger readers. It helps kids find books that are just right for their reading level and interests. Parents, teachers, and librarians can also find tools to teach with books and engage young readers.
Perfect for Preschoolers:
Going to school
Wordless Picture Books
Lists by issue or subject:
Fairy Tales for Older Readers
First Day of School
Multicultural Biography and Non-Fiction
Multicultural Chapter Books
Princess Books for Older Readers
Stepping Stones-Chapter Books for Newly Independent Readers
Need some help trying to figure out what to read next? Try the following links:
Caldecott Winners: Best illustrated book since 1938
Newbery Winners: Most distinguished book for children since 1922
Texas 2x2 List: Best books for kids age 2 through second grade
Bluebonnet List: Best books for third- through sixth-graders
Little Mavericks List: Best graphic novels for kindergarten through fifth grade
Resources for Readers
Reading Rockets: Teaching kids to read and helping those who struggle
Read.gov: Library of Congress site just for kids
Guys Read: A site just for boys who like to read
Mid-Continent Public Library: Need to know which book is next in a series? Try this awesome database.
Read Kiddo Read: A fun site brought to you by popular author James Patterson, it separates reading suggestions by age.
My Weird Classroom Club: For fans of the My Weird School series by Dan Gutman.
Are you an aspiring author? Be sure to visit these sites too:
Kids on the Net: A global site dedicated to children's writing. Learn how to write, submit your own work, read things other kids write, play games and much more!
Let's Get Creative! by Bruce Van Patter: Creative writing web activities for kids, teachers and parents.
Do you want to make your own comic book? Check out Make Beliefs Comix
Parents: Are you looking for a resource to help you figure out what books, movies, apps or games are appropriate for your child? Check out Common Sense Media!