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Explore these sites for help in finding your next great read! 
 
 
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Amazon has the world's largest selection of bestselling children's books. Search for books and read helpful editorial reviews as well as user reviews. 
 
 
 
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BookHive is designed for children ages birth through twelve, their parents, teachers and anyone interested in reading about children’s books. This site contains hundreds of recommended book reviews in a variety of reading levels and interest areas. Special "parental notes" are attached to some reviews and provide additional information for parents. Users can search for books by author, title, reading level, interest area, number of pages, and even favorite illustrator.
 
 
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Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations. Their mission is to help people find and share books they love. See which books your friends are reading and track the books you're reading, have read, and want to read.

 

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Guys Read is a web-based literacy program for boys founded by author and First National Ambassador of Young People’s Literature, Jon Scieszka.  Their mission is to help boys become self-motivated, lifelong readers by helping them find books they want to read.

 

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Novelist K-8 allows you to search through over 100,000 fiction titles to find books that you would like to read. You can also find book reviews, book discussion questions, facts about the authors and more! Access Novelist K-8 from in the Library, or remotely using your Library card number. 

 

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The Stacks features a variety of books, reviews, games and more. Reviews and blogs on book series such as Harry Potter, Goosebumps and Babysitter’s Club are all written by students, so there is common ground between users and writers. The literature-focused games are educational and interactive, and the social media-like component is safe and classroom-friendly.

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