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Caldecott Medal Winners
Best illustrated books from the American Library Association. Click on a date to display the winners for that year.
Newbery Medal Winners
Most distinguished book for children from the American Library Association. Click on the date to display the winners for that year.
Coretta Scott King Award Winners
Outstanding books for children by African American authors/illustrators that reflect the African American experience from the American Library Association. Click on the date to display the winners for that year.
Other Award Winners from the American Library Association
Pennsylvania's Young Reader's Choice Award Winners
Children's Choice Book Awards
A list of the best books according to kids like you.
Children's Book Council
Nancy Keene's Booktalks
If you like my booktalks, this site offers a lot of booktalks that might help you find your next read.
Find books by genre and grade level at the Bookhive, a site created by the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County in North Carolina.
If you think the Book Fair is cool, check out the web site. Find favorite books and authors from Scholastic.
Citizen's Library
If your school library doesn't have it, maybe your public library does. Get your library card today!
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
See what Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Children's Department suggests.

Research Resources & Search Engines for Kids

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Search Engine: Ask Kids
Seach Engine: Yahoo Kids
Seach Engine: Kids Click
Search Engine: Bing!
Search Engine: Surfing the Net with Kids
Search Engine: Nettrekker
You will need your username and password to access this site from home.
Power Library
You will need a public library card to access this site from home.
Ask Here PA
Get live help from a librarian on any topic.
Citizen's Library
See how your public library, Citizen's Library, can help you with your research needs.

Internet Safety

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Learn how to navigate the Internet safely with this interactive, child-friendly resources from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Childrem (NCMEC) and the Boys & Girls Club of America (BGCA).
Safe Kids
Learn how to navigate the Internet safely from one of the oldest sites on this topic.

Popular Authors (Grades K-2)

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David Adler (Cam Jansen mysteries)
Jan Brett
Norman Bridwell (Clifford the Big Red Dog)
Marc Brown (Arthur stories)
Eric Carle
Doreen Cronin
Tomie DePaola
Kevin Henkes
Dav Pilkey
Dr. Seuss
Mo Willems
Berenstain Bears
I Spy books

Popular Authors (Grades 3-5)

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Judy Blume
Beverly Cleary
Roald Dahl
Dan Gutman
Margaret Peterson Haddix
Mary Downing Hahn
Erin Hunter (Warriors Series)
Lois Lowry
Mike Lupica
Megan McDonald (Judy Moody Series)
Rick Riordan
R.L. Stine (Goosebumps)

Fun & Games

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Bill Nye the Science Guy
Do you love science? So does Bill Nye! Check out how he makes science fun.
Chess Kids Academy
Boost your brain power and learn how to solve problems by learning how to play chess.
Crayola - more than just crayons
Your homework is done and you're stuck in the house with nothing to do. Check out this site for coloring pages and craft ideas.
Environmental Kids Club
Find out how to "go green" on this interactive site from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Fun Brain
Check out everything from comics and web books to games and much more on the Internet's #1 education site for the K-8 crowd.
NASA for Kids
Learn more about the final frontier, outer space.
Games, books and more from this publisher of some of your favorite books.
World Almanac for Kids
You've learned how to use it in school, now check out what the web site has to offer.