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FINDING THE RIGHT READ!
The links below will take you to collections of reading materials. Many of these are general, with some that are appropriate for your grade level, and some that are not. Please review these with a parent or guardian to help you decide on the perfect read(s) for you. If you are unsure, contact your teacher, or ask Mr. Brown (he'd love to hear from you :-) - firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck! and Happy Reading!
Fiction and Nonfiction Collections:
- Classicly - free classic books for young readers
- Read-Online - Online novels from various genres and for all ages. PLEASE choose your books from here together with a parent or guardian to make sure they are age and reading-level appropriate.
- Open-Library (Internet Archive): These books are free to the public during the closure. You need to create an account (just click "Sign-Up") for this site, but it's free and the books can be borrowed for 2 weeks (and then renewed)
- "Libby" - free books for phone or tablet. Download the app on your phone or tablet and you can check books out from the public library (they will issue you an instant -temporary- library card if you don't have one). If you have one, add it and your good to go! They have both text and audio books to choose from. Choose what you're looking for in "Preferences" and it will sort them accordingly. Contact Mr. Brown if you need help.
- NewsELA: Click: "Sign In With Google", and use your school Google login. This will give you full access.
- Time Kids: Engage. Empower. Inspire. Authentic journalism to motivate curious minds.
- DOGO-News: Empowering youth literacy, reading fluency and global awareness through current events, books and movies.
- Mental Floss (Magazine) An encyclopedia of everything, we answer life’s big questions and uncover stories so interesting our readers absolutely must share them.
Contact Mr. Brown (email@example.com): If you're having trouble finding something and he'll help you find the perfect book for you.