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  1. The Reading Teacher's Book Of Lists, 5th Edition (J-B Ed: Book of Lists) by Edward B. Fry, Jacqueline E. Kress, 2006-04-14
  2. Waldorf Student Reading List
  3. The Big Book of Children's Reading Lists: 100 Great, Ready-to-Use Book Lists for Educators, Librarians, Parents, and Children by Nancy J. Keane, 2006-04-30
  4. Reading Lists for College Bound Students, 3/e (Reading Lists for College-Bound Students) by Estel & Satchwell, 2000-07-21
  5. The Big Book of Teen Reading Lists: 100 Great, Ready-to-Use Book Lists for Educators, Librarians, Parents, and Teens by Nancy J. Keane, 2006-08-30
  6. The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Ultimate Reading List (Complete Idiot's Guide to) by Shelley Mosley, John Charles, et all 2007-07-03
  7. The New Reading Teacher's Book of Lists by Edward B. Fry, Jacqueline K. Polk, et all 1990-12
  8. The Reading List: Contemporary Fiction: A Critical Guide to the Complete Works of 125 Authors
  9. The Traveler's Reading Guide: Ready-Made Reading Lists for the Armchair Traveler by Maggy Simony, 1994-04
  10. The Book of Reading and Writing Ideas, Tips, and Lists for the Elementary Classroom by Sandra Anderson, 2003-12-15
  11. Books for You a Reading List for Senior High School Students by Jean A. Wilson, 1972
  12. CSA reveals updated Professional Reading List.(Chief of Staff, United States Army ): An article from: Infantry Magazine by Peter J. Schoomaker, 2004-09-01
  13. Books for the Journey: A Guide to the World of Reading
  14. Reading skills check list and activities, advanced level (Barbe reading skills check lists and activities) by Walter Burke Barbe, 1976

1. Reading Lists
reading lists. These reading lists are provided by Reading Is Fundamental,Inc. (RIF Reading is Fundamental Reading List. Favorite
Reading Lists
These reading lists are provided by Reading Is Fundamental, Inc. (RIF) and the American Library Association (ALA) for you and your young reader*. If you choose to use these lists, draw your reader's attention to the books on the list, starting with th ose for the appropriate grade level. Go to the library shelves and find one of the books listed here. Let your young reader look at the front and back covers of the book and thumb through the inside of the book. Ask if the book interests your reader. If so, check the book out. If not, find another book on this list and repeat the process until your reader is happy.
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2. Reading Lists
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"One way to approach the question of guiding gifted readers is to consider their intellectual and emotional development in light of reading and literature. What are the intellectual and emotional challenges they face specifically because they are gifted? What reading programs can be offered to help them meet these challenges successfully?" Judith Wynn Halsted, Guiding the Gifted Reader (ERIC Digest #481) Hoagies' Hot Topics!
Wild about math, genetics, poetry, programming, biographies, science fiction, science or other "hot" topics for gifted kids? Check this list for lots of books for all ages, on these and other Hot Topics for gifted kids!
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3. FCPS Instructional Services
2003 Summer. reading lists. Every student who will be entering grades six through twelve in the fall each school. The lists contain suggestions for reading; although students may read
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Reading Lists Every student who will be entering grades six through twelve in the fall must read at least one book over the summer. The follow-up in the fall will be determined by each school. The lists contain suggestions for reading; although students may read any other book that is approved by their parents. Rising 6th Grade Suggested Summer Reading List
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4. Reading Lists From TeachersFirst
TeachersFirst's collection of reading lists to accommodate a variety of student interests. TeachersFirst's reading lists. Updated 04/09/2002 Celtic Studies reading lists Grades 9-12 - An interesting list of links to information on Celtic studies, with links
window.document.form1.pagename.value = window.document.location; TeachersFirst's Reading Lists Updated: Do you have "reluctant readers" in your classroom? These are the students who can read at or above grade level, but who can't seem to find anything to read that they find interesting. There are one or two in every class, and suggesting the right book can often make the difference in these students' performance. But what to suggest? The book lists below contain suggestions to fit a wide variety of interests typical in middle and high school students. The works include literary classics as well as contemporary works. Find out what your reluctant readers' interests are, and these lists can help you interest them in reading. Banned Books Week - The start point for the American Library Association's banned books week activities provides lots of resources on banned books for students, parents, and schools. A popular discussion topic this year is Harry Potter - a character sure to resonate with many students. General Interest Lists: The TeachersFirst Lifetime List - Editor Brenda Walton's picks of more than 200 works. It's a mix of classic and contemporary. Some selections work for middle schoolers; others - especially the philosophy - are better suited to adult level readers. Teachers will like some of these, too! The list includes

5. Soc.Culture.Jewish FAQ And Reading Lists
Collection of answers to questions about and reading lists on a variety of topics. Opinions of all denominations are represented equally.
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The S.C.J FAQ and Reading Lists were initially developed to support the readers of the USENET newsgroup soc.culture.jewish by providing answers to some commonly answered questions, as well as a set of reference reading. Since they were developed in 1993, the Internet has seen astounding change and growth. They now serve as a resource to the larger community, providing information about Judaism from all Jewish movements in a non-pejorative fashion. The S.C.J FAQ/RL is not the only resource for those wanting to learn about Judaism. Click here for a list of some other Jewish FAQs and Introductory sites.
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6. Reading Ideas - TeachersAndFamilies
TeachersAndFamilies K12 reading lists. Web Resources. Reading is a great way to make your own adventures Select a grade level below to find our lists of books selected just for you.
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Special Education Web Resources Reading is a great way to make your own adventures. Our teacher-editors have found some great books that you'll enjoy reading, whether for school or recreation. We add new titles all the time, so check back here frequently. Select a grade level below to find our lists of books selected just for you. Grade Level: Primary - grades K-3 Middle and high school students: Click here for our reading themes! Mystery, adventure, romance, and more... Lifetime Reading List - For kids and adults;

7. NESFA Hugo Recommended Reading Lists
Annual reading lists from the New England Science Fiction Association.
NESFA Hugo recommended reading lists
NESFA continues to maintain a list of Good Stuff to read. Any NESFA member who reads something that they would like to recommend to others to be considered for a Hugo nomination can add it to the list. We will publish it from time to time in Instant Message and on the nets. (Feel free to reproduce it provided you reproduce it intact!) It's neither definitive nor complete, but it contains the stories, novels and non-fiction works that a bunch of well-read fans feel may be worthy of a Hugo nomination. Even when the period for Hugo nominations is over, we will keep the lists for the current year, as well as previous years, available on the nets. It provides a reference source for finding a good book, as well as for Hugo recommendations. Lists for a given year tend to get updated until the Hugo nominees for that year are released, so that 1995 lists, for example, were being updated through early 1996. The Reading lists for the following years are available:

8. ATN Book Lists
Categorized reading lists forK12 students ATN - Book Lists (Suggested Reading) Introduction ATN Book Lists has grown significantly since its birth in These recommended reading lists were created by one or more members of
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Introduction: ATN Book Lists has grown significantly since its birth in 1996. There are now well over 800 lists on the site! This has made keeping this index page manageable a very hard task. I am currently rethinking how to organzie this page. In the meantime, if you have trouble finding a particular list, you may want to utilize the "Find on page" link in your browser. Simply go to the "Edit" menu, choose "Find in page" and then you can type your search term.
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9. Mostly, We Eat
Book Club that meets over great meals. Book reviews, reading lists, great book related links, excerpts of extensive press coverage.
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We're a group of friends that has been meeting to discuss books over a tasty meal for several years. We developed this website for internal communication; later we realized that others might be interested in what we were reading, and the web resources we had located to support our book discussions. If you really want to know more about the group, you can read Ellie's letter to the magazine writer who professed an interest in how our group works. And sorry to be so blunt, but we're not soliciting new members.
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The book is My Antonia by Willa Cather. Members , get a jump on the next book by suggesting some books for next time. (Don't miss Hal's guide to choosing a book.

10. Education World® : Curriculum : Summer Reading Lists Abound On The Web!
CURRICULUM ARTICLE. Summer reading lists Abound on the Web! Today learning.SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES OFFER SUMMER reading lists. Ed World s Lists.
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Today, Education World surveys some of the best children's summer reading lists on the Web. Here, you'll find an overview of great lists that you or your school's staff might use to create your own summer reading program. Included: Tips for parents plus ideas for publishing students' book reviews.
Every educator knows it. So do most parents. Summer reading is essential for kids! Reading experts note that most young readers suffer a backslide in reading skills during summer downtime. But that needn't be the case. Families can make reading a priority during the summer months, and children will learn that people never take a vacation from learning.
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Don't miss Education World's Summer Reading page . Here, you will find a list of books for each grade K through 8 books recommended by our readers with a brief synopsis of each book.

11. Education World® : Books In Education : Summer Reading
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12. Welcome To The Winnetka-Northfield Public Library District
History, young adult and children's services, reading lists, and events; serves Winnetka, Northfield, and Kenilworth, IL.
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13. CBC Radio | Cross Country Checkup | Reading Lists
Reading suggestions from talk show host Rex Murphy, various authors, and callers. Compiled twice a year since 1995.
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Reading Lists In what has now become a biannual tradition (approaching summer and before Christmas) Cross Country Checkup invites listeners to call in with their suggestions on what makes a good read. Classics, new novels, non-fiction anything in print is fair game. After the show we prepare a list of all the suggestions discussed by Rex, guests and callers.
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CBC Radio has a special broadcast about books, called Canada Reads. Five surprising people each will champion a novel as the one all Canadians should read. For more information about this year's books and panelists ...go to

14. ALA Recommended Reading
Links to many reading lists that identify highquality titlesand serve many different audiences and purposes.

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Find reading lists, literacy resources, database of titles, and library policies; located in Anderson.
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16. On-Lion Recommends
Recommended reading lists from the New York Public Library.

17. - Grade Level Reading Lists, Children's Book Reviews,
reading lists, grade, grade level, children, reading levels, grade lists, teacher lists, best children's books, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th worked with teachers from each of the following grades to develop Grade Level reading lists. Check back frequently any books you think should be added to the grade level lists
Led by Vanya Jackowski, Hedgehog Books is the brainchild of teachers who passionately believe that reading aloud to children will set them on a life-long journey of learning and exploration. Their teacher reviews will help you choose the best books for your children. Learn more about reading children's books aloud...
Hedgie has worked with teachers from each of the following grades to develop Grade Level Reading lists. Check back frequently. We'll be adding new books to each grade level as we get more and more teacher input. Please email us with any books you think should be added to the grade level lists. Note that the selection of a book for a specific child depends on that child's reading level. Use the links below to see the list of books recommended for each grade level and then follow the title links to the teacher and children's book reviews: Kindergarten First (1st) Grade Reading List Second (2nd) Grade Reading List Third (3rd) Grade Reading List ... Seventh and Eighth (7th-8th) Grade Reading List Hedgie needs your support to keep this site going. Please order books from when you can. Where you shop makes a difference!

18. StoryPlace: The Children's Digital Library
See and listen to multimedia stories for children in Spanish and English. Print out craft activities and reading lists.
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19. Tayshas Reading Lists
has potential for teen pleasure reading. reflects strong literary standards The Texas Library Association sponsors reading lists solely to encourage free voluntary reading.
The objective of the Tayshas project is to motivate young adults to become life-long readers and to participate in the community of readers in Texas. NEW LIST! Tayshas 2004-2005 Tayshas 2002-2003 Tayshas 2003-2004 Tayshas 2000-2001 ... Printable Tayshas Lists Nomination Criteria
1. Nominations may be made by anyone who has read the book.
2. Enjoyable literature, appropriate for teen readers, will be considered.
4. Titles already included in Bluebonnet or Lone Star list will not be chosen.
5. The main character(s) should be appealing to teen readers.
6. Favorable reviews from standard reviewing sources should be included.
An annual list will be selected, which:
  • has potential for teen pleasure reading
  • reflects strong literary standards
  • recognizes the diversity of teen readers in Texas
  • reflects strong literary standards
  • offers a range of genres, including nonfiction

20. Military Books - Recommended Military Reading Lists
Recommended reading lists covering military books from all aspects of militaryhistory, war fighting, and professional military education.
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Battle Cry of freedom : The Civil War Era
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Winner of the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for History and a New York Times Bestseller, Battle Cry of Freedom is universally recognized as the definitive account of the Civil War . It was hailed in The New York Times as "historical writing of the highest order." The Washington Post called it "the finest single volume on the war and its background." And The Los Angeles Times wrote that "of the 50,000 books written on the Civil War , it is the finest compression of that national paroxysm ever fitted between two covers." Now available in a splendid new edition is The Illustrated Battle Cry of Freedom. Boasting some seven hundred pictures , including a hundred and fifty color images and twenty-four full-color maps A must-have purchase for the legions of Civil War buffs , The Illustrated Battle Cry of Freedom is both a spectacularly beautiful volume and the definitive account of the most important conflict in our nation's history MilitaryReadingList - I just received the illustrated edition of Battle Cry of Freedom and wanted to get it onto our December recommendation immediately. Most Civil War buffs have probably read Battle Cry of Freedom as I have years ago, but this new illustrated edition takes James McPherson's outstanding work to a new level. I strongly encourage you to take a look at the illustrated version. There is also a

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