One of the most difficult questions one can ask a librarian is "what's a good book for me to read?"
(But do ASK, because we want you to READ and it's our JOB!!) This is difficult because A) What I think is "good" might not match what you think is "good" and B) There are sooooo many "good" books out there!!
Maybe you read a book you really, really enjoyed and you want to read a book with a similar kind of story? Perhaps you loved a particular author and read all of his/her books already and want to find an author that has a similar writing style?
Aside from what I have read and blogged about--here are just a few search tools you might want to try that will help you find that next "good" book. (Remember, since these are public links, this does not mean we own all of these books in our school library though.)
To find a "new author" or look up a series of books and see the order they come in, try:
Thank you to the Bettendorf Public Library for this awesome link:
and to Mid-Continent Public Library for these (click on light blue headings for links): Bookhive "BookHive is a web site designed for children ages birth through twelve, their parents, teachers or anyone interested in reading about children's books. Providing reader's advisory service, this site contains hundreds of recommended book reviews in a variety of reading levels and interest areas." Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction The Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction was established to encourage other writers to focus on historical fiction.