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List of juvenile series and titles that are classified by audience

Series and Sequels


 

During the school year, as a reading incentive, children in Grades 4 and 5 may participate in the MA Children’s Book Award Program. Go to the Salem State University site in order to view current and past lists. This year's list includes the reading levels of the nominated books.


MCBA 2019 List

Once again, the Fourth and Fifth Grade students will participate in this voluntary reading incentive program.

 


NoodleTools

DCD students may use NoodleTools as a source for note-taking, outlining, citation, document archiving/annotation, and collaborative research and writing.


A Classic

by J. Patrick Lewis

A Children's book is a classic
If at six, excitedly
You read it to another kid
Who just turned sixty-three.

Whether you are six or sixty-three, we hope that you will share books together. Enjoy choosing books, reading aloud as a family, or listening to an audio book. These lists will help you select some titles and authors.

The Horn Book Magazine has published an informative guide that recommends the newest and best books for all ages that would be great summer reading. The Horn Book Magazine Summer Reading Guide

Play with letters and numbers: Alphabet and Counting Books.

Enjoy new finds and old favorites: Picture Books

Discover titles for beginning readers: Becoming Readers

Find chapter books for the confident reader: Great Reading