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|Hundreds of links to sites by and about children's and young adult authors.|
|Stories, movies, and activities featuring the Berenstain Bears, and you can send e-mail to a Bear.|
|Reading motivation K-8 site sponsored by Sylvan Learning with 7,000 recommended book titles. Book lists are created by a registered individual student or a teacher for a class. Students earn points by taking an online quiz about a book read offline. Free service similar to Accelerated Reader or Reading Counts.|
|Students browse book information to find a good read. New books, reviews, and activities. Includes a section to help students in grades 4-6 to start their own bookclub. The author links page includes author trivia games and a calendar of author birthdays.|
|Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site|
|As described by Carol Hurst, this is a collection of reviews of great books for kids, ideas of ways to use them in the classroom and collections of books and activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas, themes and professional topics.|
|Fairrosa Cyber Library|
|Collection of Web materials related to Children's Literature for adults teaching or studying children's literature, not for children’s use. Includes articles, reviews, lists, archived discussions and links. This site is not currently being further developed, but it is still recommended because of the variety of information (dead links are rare).||
|Just For Kids Who Love Books|
|Alan Brown, a retired school librarian, posts and responds to submissions by students ages 8 to 14 about books, authors, writing, or homework. Includes links to author homepages, book award sites, writing tips sites.|
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