I'm guessing it's a good list for kids who Love to read as well! pinner said: This book lists and discusses a number of books that kids will actually love to read. Each section has areas such as, "if your child likes." and parent notes.
Tournament of Kids Books-- To celebrate March Madness, 16 favorite kids books face off bracket style. I'm going to do this next year. I'll be sure to save 16 of the read alouds we've done by then and then have our own March Madness.
12 infographics that will help improve your reading skills
Can't get the "level" at the public library or bookstore. Level It is a great app that lets you scan your book's ISBN and view the Guided Reading, Grade Level Equivalent, DRA, and Lexile levels for the book. For iPad and iPhone.
Teen Scene: *NEW* Book Trailer Display at a public library -- easily duplicated for classroom Bring along your smart device and you will be able to scan each book's QR code to view some awesome book trailers.
I want to check into this. Let me know if you have used it. It inventory your entire classroom library. Leveling choices include Guided Reading Levels, Lexile, Accelerated Reader, Reading Counts, DRA and Reading Recovery.
Awesome bookmarks help you take notes without writing in your books. I always want to remember quotes or important lessons each book offers. I also have hard time keeping characters straight if it's a complicated story.