The resources listed are from online reading lists.
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A Mighty Girl’s recommended reading lists are divided into four age levels: 6 - 7, 8 - 10, 11 - 13, and 14 and up. All recommended books were selected for high literary value and thematic content that would provide compelling discussion material for book clubs.
The selections for the youngest group include a mix of picture books and chapter books to offer options for children to read alone or with a parent. If your children are advanced readers for their age, we recommend also perusing the 8 - 10 selections as thematically the topics are appropriate for younger readers though the texts themselves are more complex.
The below website is also from Mighty Girl but the books are aimed at black mighty girls.
This resource guide was created from the #1000blackgirlbooks campaign led by Marley Dias who has now collected over 4000 books. The guide includes some of those books that have been cataloged into an easy to find database. This information here is appropriate for youth, parents, educators, schools, and community.
Best Books states on their website that "We love books that appeal to boys. Transforming boys into lifelong readers and lovers of books is our mission."
Not every kid is a born bookworm. But some books can help convert reluctant readers into kids who will beg for one more chapter before bedtime. Check out some of our favorites.
One of the keys to raising bilingual kids is to find ways to expose them to the target language in fun and immersive ways. One of the most effective ways is to read to them in that language as much as possible. Since I’m raising my daughter to speak both Spanish and English as a native, I’ve made sure to fill our house with tons of children’s books in Spanish and both my husband and I constantly read them to her. Not only are we nurturing her love of Spanish and, in some cases, the Latino culture through the unique characters and stories many of these books portray, but we’re also nurturing her love for books and cultivating her imagination.
The truth is that it’s not very easy to find quality books originally written in Spanish. Yet, slowly but surely there are more and more publishing companies offering children’s books in Spanish and more Latino authors and illustrators getting their work on the shelves for us to find.
These award winnings books are listed by the American Library Association and the Texas Library Association.
The ALSC media awards below are announced every January at a Monday morning press conference that takes place during the American Library Association Midwinter Meeting. Use the left-hand navigation for more detailed information regarding ALSC's book and media awards.
The Newbery Medal honors the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children.
The Caldecott Medal honors the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children.
The Arbuthnot award honors an author, critic, librarian, historian, or teacher of children's literature, of any country, who then presents a lecture at a winning host site.
The Batchelder Award is given to an American publisher for a children's book considered to be the most outstanding of those books originally published in a language other than English in a country other than the United States, and subsequently translated into English and published in the United States.
The Belpré Medal honors a Latino/Latina writer and illustrator whose works best portray, affirm, and celebrate the Latino cultural experience in an outstanding work of literature for children and youth.
The Carnegie Medal honors the producer of the most outstanding video production for children released during the preceding year.
The Theodor Seuss Geisel Medal honors the author(s) and illustrator(s) of the most distinguished contribution to the body of American children’s literature known as beginning reader books published in the United States during the preceding year.
The Odyssey Award will be awarded annually to the best audiobook produced for children and/or young adults, available in English in the United States.
The Sibert Medal honors the author(s) and illustrator(s) of the most distinguished informational book published during the preceding year.
The Wilder Medal honors an author or illustrator whose books, published in the United States, have made, over a period of years, a substantial and lasting contribution to literature for children.
Pizza Hut Book It Reading List
The Pizza Hut Book It program is a reading program available to K-5th grade students. The reading list is the top 100 books from their list.
Bright Horizons African American Book List
Here is list of great book recommendations and suggestions that can offer windows into the world of African American lives and that can introduce children to what Black History Month is all about. Note: Many of the books for older readers are good read-alouds for younger children.
Jim Trelease Reading Lists
Jim Trelease says he wants students to make books as friends not enemies.
100 Best Read Alouds
"We picked the brains of some people who live and breathe kid lit to get their must-have picks. We also asked YOU, our parent readers (and experts in your own right) to weigh in, as well!"
Read notable women biographies. Best Books for Children Amazon- Discover our hand-selected picks of the best new books for kids of all ages. From the top titles each month to our favorites for the season, these are the titles we think are the new tried and true for young readers. (from Amazon)
Poetry Book list Inspire a love of poetry with books of fun verse, rhythmic novels, and writers' biographies grouped into collections for preschoolers, beginning readers, independent readers, and preteens.
For ages around 2 years to 7 years. Click on any title in this list to see a brief critique, publishing information and the cover, or scroll down and browse! This is a great way to introduce our students to life in the military. Some students may have family members in the military or friends whose fathers or mothers are part of the military. Also a great resource for Memorial Day and Veteran's Day. Books on Death and Grief Have you ever looked up a recipe to make a dish that you weren’t confident trying on your own? Have you ever referenced a familiar prayer or quote in a time of need? Or maybe, you’ve picked up the latest get fit fast book to get in shape. We all turn to books to solve different problems in our life. Books for kids are no exception. We can use books to help kids navigate tough situations. Today, that tough situation is death and grief. (www.growingbookbybook.com)
Do you have a child with special needs or need to teach your children about others with special needs, then this is the booklist for you.Check out these great science reads.
Jan 13 at 11:19 AM