Welcome to the Children’s Services Reading Page! Visit the Nutmeg Children’s Book Awards Page for a complete list of the 2012 Nutmeg nominees.
Author Corner is a place to meet authors and illustrators of children’s and young adult books.
Authors & Illustrators on the Web has links to biographical, bibliographical, and other information about the people who make your favorite books.
Book Adventure lets you read great books and win prizes (get your parents to help you register).
Bookhive has reviews of children’s books in lots of different categories. From the Charlotte-Mecklenburg County (NC) Public Library.
Booklover’s Den has links to information about series books. Check out the Girls’ series books page for information about Nancy Drew, American Girls, and many more, the Whodunit? page for kids’ mystery series, or the Boys’/Children’s series books page for Boxcar Children, Hardy Boys, and others.
Children’s Book Awards is a large list of English-language children’s book awards and winners. Click on “Complete list” under any category to see a list of awards.
The Children’s Literature Web Guide is the starting place for information on children’s literature on the Web.
Children’s Picture Book Database lets you search over 4,000 picture books by concept, keyword, title or author.
Clifford the Big Red Dog has his own web site where you can play games, read a story, and print out pages to color.
Cyberkids is an online magazine featuring writing and artwork from children, puzzles, games, and links to kids sites around the Web. Look at other kids’ submissions or submit your own work.
GUYS READ is aimed at connecting boys with books that will interest them.
Interactive Stories from Yahooligans is a list of interactive stories on the Web.
KidsReads.com has book reviews, reading lists, author interviews, and lots for especially for kids ages 6-12.
Little Explorers Picture Dictionary with Links has picture definitions and simple word definitions.
Mercer Mayer’s Little Critter has some of Little Critter’s favorite jokes, puzzles, and art.
Mythweb presents the world of Greek gods and heroes for students.
Narnia.com lets you visit this wonderful land created by C.S. Lewis.
Reading Rainbow provides a list of books discussed on this popular PBS program as well as activities, program schedules and information about their young writers and illustrators contest.
Sesame Street Central has games, stories, coloring pages and activities you can print, and more. Go to Sesame Street Story Corner to read interactive stories about Elmo, Grover, Telly, and your other Sesame Street friends.
Seussville is based on the popular Dr. Seuss books.
Stone Soup is a monthly magazine of children’s writing and art.
World of Reading lets you explore reviews of children’s books, read books online, learn about writing, and write your own book reviews.
Visit the Internet Public Library for more information about books and authors.