Literature: Leveled Books
The following sites contain databases, book lists and online tools designed to help teachers search for leveled books as well as tips on creating one own leveled book library. There is a link to eThemes Resource on eThemes Resource: Recommended Reading for Elementary Students.
Rondout Valley Central School District
Select the "Look up Books" link to search a database by book's title, level, or author. Click on the "What the Levels Mean" link to view approximate books levels.
Scholatic: Teacher Book Wizard
This online search tool helps to find children books by reading levels. You can do a quick search by author, title,or keyword as well as leveled search. Also you can find similar books at the reading level you like. NOTE: This site contains ads.
PPS Leveled Picture Books
The database on this page can be searched by title, author, reading level, or grade level.
Books for Teachers
This page has information on how to level books and includes a comparison table of Reading Recovery and Guided Reading Levels.
Leveled Book Database
Choose from either levels for guided reading or Accelerated Reader to find books for students. NOTE: This site conains ads.
Scholastic: Choosing Books at the Right Reading Level
Here is an easy strategy, a five-finger test, to determine if a book is appropriate for your students reading level. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Leveled Book List
Here is a leveled book list compiled by a classroom teacher.
The Lexile Framework for Reading
You can either search a book that is appropriate to your reading level by Lexile measure or your reading interest.
eThemes Resource: Literature: Recommended Reading for Elementary Students
This resource is a compilation of booklist web sites for elementary school students. The lists were compiled by teachers, librarians, and students. Some of the lists are divided by grade level, readability, or genre.
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