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SlimeKids: School Library Media Kids

June 13, 2012 -- Submitted by Andy Fine, a reader from Minneapolis, Minnesota, who is affiliated with the site.

SlimeKids is a completely free, student-friendly website that provides access to excellent literacy-related resources. The site features a huge collection of book trailers organized by year of publication and also by grade level. It also features an excellent selection of educational games with bona fide educational value such as spelling, typing, grammar and vocabulary games. Furthermore, students can explore author websites, read book reviews, utilize search engines and look up reference information. The website is designed to self-motivate students to make their own choices and judgements about what is most useful for them as they read, search, watch and play.

Book Nerd Blog . com – Book Review Blog for Teens

March 17, 2010 -- From BookNerd, a reader from Philadelphia, PA, who is affiliated with the site.

A great website for book reviews for teen books. You will find many reviews of teen books and comments from other teen readers. If you like Harry Potter or Twilight, this is the site for you.


November 8, 2009 -- From Liz, a parent, from Scarsdale, NY, who is affiliated with the site.

Book recommendations for all ages. This site is made by a middle school librarian and teacher and every book is reviewed. The books included are ones that kids and teems love!

Read Print Publishing: free online books library

June 18, 2009 -- From Jennifer, a teacher, from Miami, FL, who is not affiliated with the site.

Free online library for students, teachers, and the classic enthusiast.

Book Army

February 27, 2009 -- From Bookarmy, a reader from London, England, who is affiliated with the site.

A site that brings together authors and readers over a wide range of ages, with reviews, ratings and discussions on a huge catalog of books.

What To Read After Harry Potter

October 19, 2008 -- From Lady Ellen, a parent, from Ontario, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.

My name is Lady Ellen and I’m the author of ‘The Persephane Pendrake Chronicles’. The first book ‘Persephane Pendrake and the Cimaruta’ is available at Amazon. I have created a Google Group for Persy where I offer the first 13 chapters of the first book for free. I hope your members may choose to join and have some magical/witch/wizarding fun! – Children’s Books Online

March 25, 2008 -- From Biguniverse, a parent, from Washington DC, who is affiliated with the site.

Big Universe├é┬« is an online community where kids, parents, teachers, publishers, authors, illustrators, librarians, and others come together to explore the exciting world of online children’s books. We offer hundreds of fiction and non-fiction children’s books readable directly on our website, a self-publishing tool to create & publish children’s books, blogs on relevant topics, and much more.

Kim Chatel

January 24, 2008 -- From Kim, a reader, from PA, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

This is a site for children’s author, Kim Chatel. It includes info on her books as well as games, slideshows and activities for parents and kids.

Walden Media

June 19, 2007 -- From Webmaster, a reader, from Boston, MA, who is affiliated with the site.

Walden Media was started with a simple goal: bring the kind of books we all love and admire to the screen. And that’s what the company has done with films based on classic books like The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe or recent award-winning novels such as Holes, Bridge to Terabithia and Because of Winn-Dixie. Walden also publishes books, like the Paddywhack Lane series and The White Giraffe. Some of Walden’s productions and publications are inspired by real-life stories like the incredible career of Jim Thorpe, or the wonders of deep-sea exploration. offers lots of free educational games based on its books and movies at Parents and teachers will find the free educational materials at to be useful when discussing these movies and books with children. Free video clips can be found at It’s all kid- and family-friendly.

Teen Book Review

November 28, 2006 -- From Jocelyn, who is affiliated with the site.

This site has book reviews of Young Adult books, as well as other information and links relating to teen fiction, including links to contests.