| ||Off to School!|
Great books to read with children getting ready to start school!
| ||Halloween Books for Kids|
Looking for a spooky read? Halloween is right around the corner and the library has plenty of scary and non-scary reads for kids of all ages! Find these great books and more at your local library.
| ||Books for Little Princesses|
These books appeal to the 'princesses' in all of us.
| ||Books for Young Dinosaur Lovers|
Enjoy these fiction and non-fiction dinosaur books, selected with the youngest enthusiasts in mind.
| ||Terryifying Books For Teens|
This Halloween discover these truly terrifying reads and more at your local library! Whether you prefer the supernatural or the psychological, we've got something to scare you! Lock the doors, grab your flashlight, and enjoy.
| ||Did you enjoy reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid? You may also like these school stories, diaries, or simply silly titles that will have even the "wimpiest" kids chuckling. [View the reading list]|
| ||Read me a story: 100 books every child should hear before starting school. Reading to your child every day will help develop the skills necessary to begin school ready to learn to read and write. This booklist includes 100 titles, both classic and popular, to read to young children to help develop their early literacy skills. [View the reading list]|
| ||First and second grades are an exciting time in children's lives when they learn to read independently. Reading ability varies greatly at this age, so this list includes a range of reading levels. [View the reading list] |
|Third and fourth graders build upon basic literacy skills by learning new words and reading increasingly complex stories. Support their efforts by talking to them about what they read. Ask questions about the characters and the plot - describing these things to you will help develop their reading comprehension skills. [View the reading list]|
| ||Fifth and sixth graders often struggle with figuring out their identity. Books provide a safe way to "try on" new and different lives. For this reason, fifth and sixth-graders may read more widely than ever before, including books from the teen and adult areas. [View the reading list]|
| ||It's a great time to be a teen. The library has a growing selection of novels and graphic novels written just for teens. Don't limit yourself, though. Since teens straddle the worlds of children and adults, you may also enjoy books shelved in the children's or adult areas. [View the reading list]|
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|ABCs & 123s: Preschool Concept Books|
These are simple, yet absolutly delightful counting and alphabet books for yery young readers. The books are bright, bold and feature simple illustrations youngster adore. Perfect for reading aloud.
|What to read now that the Harry Potter adventure has come to an end..|
J. K. Rowling has completed her thrilling Harry Potter saga, leaving young readers wondering what to read next. Don't worry, Rowling's books follow a great tradition of rousing adventure tales. You will find yourself in a brave new world in no time at all!
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Check the Library catalog for these award-winning titles:
Caldecott Medal Winners
Newbery Medal Winners
Washington Children's Choice
Coretta Scott King Award Winners
Sydney Taylor Award Winners
Boston Globe Horn Book Award for Fiction
Boston Globe Horn Book Award for Non-Fiction
Whitbread Childrens Book Award Winners
Senior Young Readers Choice Award Winners
Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children
Carnegie Award Winners
Kate Greenway Award Winners