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- Scholastic Kids: Scholastic Books interactive pages where kids can play with their favorite book characters, read about new books, and see software reviews; links for parents with advice on helping with homework, and keeping schedules; and a section for teachers including a homeroom homepage.
- Book Hive: Guide to children's books categorized by genre and reading level. Includes coloring activities, a quiz, and story telling.
- By the Book: Children's book news, reviews, and author interviews.
- Cool-Reads: Hundreds of book reviews for 10-15 year-olds as written by 10-15 year-old reviewers.
- Cricket Country: A literary magazine for babies to age 14. Includes poems, stories (usually with an ethnic theme), and a crossbird puzzle.
- Database of Award-Winning Children's Literature: Create a list of age appropriate books of a particular format, setting, genre, or date. Also features a list of children's literature awards and their winners.
- Drew's Notes: A summary of Peter Jenkins' book "A Walk Across America" with character descriptions.
- English Essays: Free guide to planning and writing English literature essays at the high school level; content geared toward GCSE.
- English Resources: Has information, examples and study sites on books used throughout the Australian Secondary Schools Curriculum.
- Exploring Literature - Knowledge Explorer Centre: Reviews, commentary, and tools for exploring classic and contemporary literature. Includes a detailed look at literary criticism.
- Grandpa Tucker's Rhymes and Tales: Lots of silly poems, stories, and songs from Bob Tucker.
- Just For Kids Who Love Books: Provides links to sites about favorite books and authors, book excerpts and includes book reviews written by kids 8-14. Site is updated weekly.
- Kids Place Reading Scene: An exciting online book `group` for grades 1-8, reviewing a new book every 2 months and giving the opportunity to answer posted questions, and see others answers also.
- Kids Read: New Zealand site. Things to do with books, where to find out about authors, lists of books. And you can get tips on books that other kids liked.
- Kids Reads: Offers reading guides for a variety of book. Also contests, author interviews biographical information.
- Literature Classics: Essays, links and analysis on classic literature authors and works, resources, reviews, prizes for submissions, and a growing literature community with forums, chat, and interactive features.
- MightyBook.com: An interactive flash site for ages 2-12 with read aloud books, video song books, vocabulary games and puzzles, a dictionary and thesaurus, and much more.
- Naples Book Reviews: Contains student written reviews of 32 books for elementary age readers. Each book review page also showcases a student created work of art that was inspired by the book.
- OOJH Book Reviews: A junior high media center site dedicated to Young Adult book reviews written by school staff, categorized by genre. Most suitable for junior high students.
- Ongoing Tales From the Past: Old time stories, fairy tales, and poems brought to new life with electronic enhancement make fun reading for all ages; new postings monthly.
- Playtime Canada: Animated stories, games, and coloring for children.
- PrimaryGames.com Bookshelf: Read interactive online stories. Stories are easy to read, perfect for younger children.
- Reading Rants: Out of the ordinary teen booklists listed by subjects like Graphic Fantastic, Deadheads and Moshpits, Reality Bytes, and Slacker Fiction.
- See Me 4 Books: Offers teen reviews of new and forthcoming young adult books.
- Seussville: Features games based on Dr. Seuss's books, extensive biographical information on the man behind them, printables, resources for celebrating Seuss's 100th birthday, and a storymaker.
- Spaghetti Book Club: Collection of children's book reviews written and illustrated by kids for kids. Read posted reviews or submit new ones.
- Storybook Online Network - A Storytelling Community: A storytelling community for children and parents with creative writing, illustrated stories, and interactive activities. Children can read, hear, see, and create stories before them. Stories are available for many different levels of readers. The site offers audio and video content
- Teens @ Random: Publisher's web site dedicated to teen readers. Includes thousands of books for teens, plus excerpts, reading `group` guides, contests, and author bios.
- The Audrey Wood Clubhouse: Award-winning children's book author and a `group` of illustrators explain how children's books are created.
- The Carousel Thieves: Fansite for German children's author Cornelia Funke who wrote The Thief Lord and Inkheart. Includes reviews, games, screensavers and wallpapers.
- The International Children's Digital Library: Online collection of books that can be viewed with a number of backgrounds and viewers.
- The Teen Times: Book lists and summaries for teens on just about everything, listed by categories of reading subject.
- The Web Popper Tales: Online stories for ages 3-7 with audio animated stories read by the authors, complete with printable stories to keep and read.
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