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Award Winners

Children's book award winners including Newbery, Caldecott, Caudill, and more.

Books By Age, Grade & Interest

Select a booklist by age, grade level, and/or topic. Compiled by our Librarians.

Booklists Grades K-2

Page to Screen

Page to Screen
Recent books made into movies.

Book Discussion Collection

A list of book titles in the Youth Book Discussion collection and suggestions for starting your own book discussion group.

Favorite Authors

Visit the websites of favorite authors. Many author websites include interactive games, educator materials, coloring pages, puzzles, quizzes, and more. Here are a few to get you started: Avi, Lynne Reid Banks, Stan and Jan Berenstain, Judy Blume, Jan Brett, Eric Carle, Beverly Cleary, Matt Christopher, Roald Dahl, Dan Gutman, Jeff Kinney, Todd Parr, Dav Pilkey, Patricia Polacco, Rick Riordan, J.K. Rowling, Lemony Snickett.


interractive resources
NextReads for Kids

Great children's book suggestions by email. Reading lists are delivered right to your inbox along with new gems, bestsellers, and related titles. You'll also be able to check immediately whether the items are available at your local Library or whether they've been checked out.

Novelist K-8 Plus

Find books and recommendations for grades K-8. Search by author, title, series, subject and award winners.

Storyline Online

Online streaming video program featuring Screen Actor Guild members reading children's books aloud. Includes activities and lesson ideas.


Animated talking picture books with puzzles and games. Books and games are also available in Spanish and French. Additional books available in Russian and Chinese. iPad compatibility. Preschool-Grade 5.


battle of the books
Battle of the Books

Booklist, online registration, schedule, team information, and honor roll for the Library's annual Battle of the Books. A winter program for fourth and fifth graders.


books and badges
Books & Badges

Read books at home and earn Badges to sew on your backpack, jacket, library bag, or cap.

Read-Aloud Badges

For pre-readers with a parent or sibling reading aloud.

Independent Reader Badges

For students who can read on their own.