Our library program is a lively mix of literature, readaloud, book exploration,
Need help with homework or research? Check out our library home page with links to homework help and student safe search engines. Lots of book lists through the San Francisco Public library are available there too, as well as a link to our own library catalog to explore for favorite authors and subjects. Looking for information for a biography or Native American report? Click on NetTrekker and be taken to a myriad of wonderful information links. The American Library Association has a series of Great Web Sites for Kids — the link is on our home page as well.
READING ROCKETS. Find tips to help young readers, as well as interviews with authors and extensive reading lists. www.readingrockets.org
READING LISTS FROM RIF AND ALA. Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) and the American Library Association (ALA) provide grade-level reading lists for K-12. You'll also find a complete summer reading program. www.udel.edu
INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOCIATION’S CHOICE LIST. Each year the International Reading Association compiles three “Choices” book lists: one selected by children, one by teachers and one by young adults. www.reading.org
BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY TEEN LOUNGE. This site connects teens to online tutoring programs, book lists, a section called “What Other Teens Are Reading” and practice tests for the state’s standardized exams. Great ideas for summer reading. www.bpl.org
CAROL HURST’S CHILDREN’S LITERATURE. This site offers comprehensive reading lists by grade with links to book reviews. Hurst is a storyteller, lecturer, author and language arts consultant. Her site also features curriculum ideas. www.carolhurst.com
EDUCATION WORLD. Extensive resource for teachers includes grade-level reading lists and suggested activities. www.educationworld.com