Storyline Online - Developed by the Screen Actors Guild, this site has noted performers reading children's books.
The International Children's Digital Library - This is a place to read books in many languages online.
Biblionasium - a social reading site for young people. It is a Good Reads for kids.
Libby - an app which allows children and adults to obtain electronic books and audio books from their local public library. The books may be read online or on a Kindle. All you need is a library card.
Children's and Young Adult Books - Current news, articles, and links to web sites from Thought.co.
The Canadian Children's Book Centre - News and reviews of books.
The Children's Book Council Online - A valuable resource
for anyone interested in children's literature. News of the publishing world, links to author's web
sites, ideas to promote reading and more.
The Children's Book Review - News of new and bestselling books, and reviews of books arranged by topic.
Jacket Flap - Info. on children's and teen's authors and books, blogs, publisher's information. This is a social networking site for those interested in literature for children and teens.
Launching Young Readers - A site related to the PBS series
Reading Rockets which will enable parents to help their children to learn to read.
Children's Literature Organizations - Very useful sources of information.
Teachers@Random - Author information and
study guides for children's and YA literature from Random House
e-Books and e-Readers - Information about e-books from the Resources for School Librarians web site.
Tablets and Apps - Reading is not confined to paper books any more. Young people may also read digitally. This information is from the Resources for School Librarian web site.
Casting Characters: An Introduction to the History of Juvenile Literature to 1900 - An article by Suzanne Semmes Dennis in the Dartmouth College Library Bulletin In The Image of God: John Comenius and the First Children's Picture Book - which was published in 1658. This is an article from the Public Domain Review.
Literature for Children - Digitized collection of children's
literature from 1850 to 1950 from the collections of several Florida colleges and universities. The books may
be viewed online or downloaded. This project is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
19th Century American Children and What They Read - Extensive
collection of books and magazines.
Girl's Series Book Rediscovered - Information about Nancy Drew and other authors of books for girls. Use the menu at the top of the page to find this information. From the Maryland University Libraries.
The Stratemeyer Syndicate - Producers of Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys, Tom Swift, and the Bobbsey Twins.
Virtual Children's Book Exhibits - Exhibits of
illustrations from children's book topics such as the magic lantern, insects, and Beatrix Potter. By the Cotsen Children's Library
of Princeton University.
Children's Books of the Early Soviet Era -
Books from the 1920's and 1930's from McGill University Libraries
Fold, Flap, Peel, Pull, Pop - An exhibition of moveable books from the J. Willard Marriott Library of the University of Utah.
A History of Movable Paper in One 9000 Book Collection - Pop-ups, harlequinades, and Meggendorfers.
What are Movable Books - From Penn State.
19th Century Schoolbooks - From the Nietz collection
at the University of Pittsburg library.
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