Children's Literature and Good Sites for Kids
Adventures Underground -- a fully digitalized full-text of the
original manuscript for Alice in Wonderland from the British Library.
BookHive -- a guide to
Children's and Adolescent Literature.
Too Good To Put Down-- annotated lists of books even reluctant
readers will love
Hurst's Children's Literature Site-- includes a list of highly
recommended children's books, reviews, curriculum ideas for
integrating children's literature into other subject areas
for the Study of Books in Spanish
Book Council--a collection of reading lists (including
children's books adults will love), reading activities, meet the
author/illustrator, resources for authors and illustrators, including
a guide on writing children's books.
Writers' Place--under construction, but promising, a place for
children's writers to talk about their work and their audiences.
Children's Literature Collection
of Award-Winning Children's Literature--this database includes
complete winner lists of all kinds of awards, with a keyword search
for subject matter, and a forms search to generate reading lists for
specific grade levels, ethnic or gender of protagonists, genre,
historical period, or other parameters
tales and Fairy tales
to Children's Literature and Disability--a guide to elementary
reading level books about children with disabilities.
and Beyond--"a survey of nonfiction & reference
resources for children. For students of library science, teacher and
librarians of students in k-8, and anyone else.
to Children's Literature Web Sites -- widely considered an authoritative source for children's literature.
Goose Rhymes -- need I say more?
Council for Children's Illustrated Literature--a site that
celebrates and exhibits beautiful children's book illustration art.
Tree -- resources for parents and teachers, with activities for
kids!. An excellent site
Childhood -- 1550-1990, the history of the illustrated
Across America--NEA's campaign to motivate children to read.
On Dr. Seuss' birthday, they want every child in America to be in the
company of a book. Take part and spread the word.
Reading Zone -- online stories and recommendations form the
Internet Public Library.
Scoop-- Reviews currently released children's books. Also
includes interviews with authors and illustrators, an
"interactive reading adventure", and more.