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This booklist provides lists of titles for students, sorted by grade level.  It also includes links to websites that may be useful to teachers or home-schooling parents.

The list is out for the Battle of the Books-2014-2015.

Here are the locations for all of the titles in this popular series!

This list contains books for children and teens which are written or illustrated by Hispanic authors and artists.

This booklist shows the titles that have won the Caldecott Medal given by the American Library Association.  Learn more at

Annotated list of suggestions of books in a series for first grade students.

These are excellent books for young readers who need challenging reading material, and are also good for reading aloud.

Books from this list are used in "The Great Children's Novel Challenge" for 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students.

Listed here are the first title in numerous mystery series, plus links to the entire series as well.

Books for children and teens, written or illustrated by Native American authors and illustrators.

This booklist shows the titles that have won the Newbery Medal awarded by the American Library Association.  Learn more at

These stories are often referred to as "choose your own adventure" books. 

Welcome to Read On Wisconsin! This literacy program promotes high-quality books for children and teens throughout our state. Each month features one or more Read On Wisconsin titles for children and teens in five different age-level groups.  Learn more at

for new readers

Wisconsin author Jacqueline Houtman created the phrase "sciency fiction" and started this science-based booklist. To learn more about sciency fiction, visit Houtman’s website.

Annotated list of suggestions of books for second grade students.

After scouring lists of soon-to-be-published titles, we selected twenty-eight new young adult books coming out from December through February that teen and adult readers are sure to enjoy. We've included publisher blurbs so you can get an idea of what each book is about. You can also print out this list at home, which is formatted to print on legal-sized 8.5 x 14 paper, or grab a copy the next time you visit APL.

Annotated list of suggestions of books for third grade students.

The statewide Battle of the Books program is designed to promote a love of reading among our students. It encourages students to read a variety of books and remember information about the plots, characters, and settings of the books. ...It is a fun, academic-based competition that has been very successful in school district's throughout the state in encouraging students to read.

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