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Literature: Recommended Reading for Elementary Students Global rating average: 0.0 out of This resource is a compilation of booklist web sites for elementary school students. The lists were compiled by teachers, librarians, and students. Some of the lists are divided by grade level, readability, or genre. There are also links to eThemes resources on various literature awards and literature genres. Grades Links Childrens Literature Themed Reviews Here are booklists broken down by topic, age, and grade level. Education Standards Request State Standards

XtraMath OER Commons Ticket To Read® - Welcome New and Forthcoming Books Stephanie Greene's spunky heroine is back in Sophie Hartley and the Facts of Life Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, November 19, 2013 ISBN 9780547976525 Sophie Hartley, age ten, does not want to be a teenager. She vows she'll never be like her older sister, Nora, who has tantrums about her hair and almost everything else. Her older brother Thad is preoccupied with his girlfriend of the moment and doesn't seem to like the family anymore. No, Sophie likes being who she is right now, helping out at home, doing art projects, and hanging out with her two best friends. And another thing. As usual, Sophie faces challenges and challengers with determination and resourcefulness.

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