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Juvenile Series and Sequels

Juvenile Series and Sequels
The 'Juvenile Series and Sequels' database contains over 36,000 books in 4,900 series titles that are classified into three audiences: Juvenile Easy [JE] – for birth through 2nd grade readersJuvenile [J] – for 2nd through 6th grade readersYoung Adult [YA] – for 6th through 12th grade readers View by: Books included in this database are not necessarily owned by Mid-Continent Public Library; please check the online catalog for holdings. This database is updated frequently, by Boardwalk branch staff, with new series and titles added as they are published.

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NoveList Latest News & Events Latest Articles Technology & Services Discovery & Services Series Books and Beyond for Grades 2-3 Series books are a staple in most students' reading repertoires. They motivate young readers and help them build positive experiences with books. While this motivation is critical in the development of young readers, it is also important for students to experience literature from a wide variety of authors and genres.It can be difficult for young readers to move away from the comfort of a favorite series. They may need your guidance to choose books that will hold the same motivation and appeal that the series provides. Listed below are six high-interest, appealing series for grades two and three that will help build reading excitement in your classroom. Following each series, you will find a list of “bridge” books which can be used to guide your students to new authors and books.

mashable Image: Mashable, Isar Chang Looking for the next great book to sink your teeth into? Look no further. What's Next™ Database Our What's Next®: Books in Series database helps you search series fiction. A series is two or more books linked by character(s), settings, or other common traits. e.g. Sue Grafton's "A is for Alibi", "B is for..." etc. or the "Star Wars" series Search for a Book The What's Next®: Books in Series database was developed and is maintained by the Kent District Library.

ya books - Isn't She Lovely: Black Girls in Young Adult Books The First Part Last - Angela Johnson Publication Date: 2010-01-05 This little thing with the perfect face and hands doing nothing but counting on me. And me wanting nothing else but to run crying into my own mom's room and have her do the whole thing. 11 Websites To Find Thousands Of Free Audiobooks Online - Book Riot We love audiobooks on Book Riot. We love listening to ’em on our commutes. While we’re cleaning the house. While we’re running. Or, even while we’re cooking. The Ultimate 50 Ways to Find New Books to Read Advertisement Do you have a “Benjamin Franklin” in your life? I’m not just talking about $100 bills, but more importantly someone who plays the same role as America’s favorite statesman did in molding American thinking. One of Franklin’s little known contributions was The Library Company.

Best Young Adult Novels, Best Teen Fiction, Top 100 Teen Novels It's almost a cliche at this point to say that teen fiction isn't just for teens anymore. Just last year, the Association of American Publishers ranked Children's/Young Adult books as the single fastest-growing publishing category. Which is why we were only a little surprised to see the tremendous response that came in for this summer's Best-Ever Teen Fiction poll. When Adults Don't Read, Kids Lose. Note: This post was co-written with my friend Todd Nesloney, who is both the principal at Webb Elementary School in Navasota, TX and the coauthor of the book Kids Deserve It. It was so much fun collaborating with Todd to transform what started as a conversation over Voxer about teachers who don't read, into this piece! Thank you for working with me on this, friend!

Getting Personal with Books How do we encourage teens to come back to reading for fun? For my high school library, getting personal with books has made all the difference. Part of the answer lies in knowing your specific patrons and collection and matching students to books that might draw them in. Another part of the answer lies in choosing programs and promotions that might engage your teen readers. Research from Common Sense Media shows that as students grow through adolescence they spend less time reading for fun. Common Sense Media’s study “Children, Teens, and Reading” found that the number of students who read for enjoyment decreases “from 53% of 9-year-olds to 19% of 17-year-olds.”

These Parody Book Covers Of Famous Classics Will Make Any True Literary Nerd Laugh Out Loud When it comes to my favorite books, movies, and games, I love in-jokes. There's a particular way that someone can poke fun at entertainment media while simultaneously proving that they like that book or movie just as much as I do, and I really appreciate that. If you're like me, you are going to love these spoof book covers created by The Online Pen Company, because they tell you exactly what your favorite stories are about, in no uncertain terms. Spoiler warning: Mild spoilers for some classic novels ahead.

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