Reading – Literature

The Reading Gym

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The Reading Gym

      Help your kids with this learning to read program. Go to The Reading Gym – Click Here You will find: Highly motivating “workouts” Child friendly format Phonetically controlled vocabulary Comprehensive, leveled word lists Segmented, leveled sentences Membership card Progress chart Word frame The Reading Gym is: Compatible with any reading program...
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Cliffs Notes

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Cliffs Notes

Cliffs Notes has over 300 literature guides online for free viewing. Browse alphabetically by title or by author, or search by keyword. Click to see the material divided by chapters, with character studies, study help, summaries, commentaries, and critical essays, and a pdf version can be inexpensively downloaded. Use CliffsNotes literature guides as a...
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Storyteller Odds Bodkin

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Storyteller Odds Bodkin

Odds Bodkin’s character-voice and music-filled storytelling style has been mesmerizing listeners, young and old, for twenty-four years. The New York Times dubbed him “a consummate storyteller” while TIMEOUT New York writes, “Master Storyteller Odds Bodkin is the talk of the town with his remarkable one-man Art of the Tale.” His most recent recording, The...
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Laura Ingalls Wilder

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Laura Ingalls Wilder

The Laura Ingalls Wilder Pages from the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum offers many wonderful resources relating to the author of the beloved Little House on the Prairie books, including information and activities relating to the travels of the Ingalls family, activities to explore the town of De Smet, South Dakota during the...
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Autumn Stories

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Autumn Stories

This enchanting picture book includes two little stories about animals preparing for the coming of winter. In the first story, Little Blue Feather Is Surprised, Nutkin, the squirrel, stores his acorns in a hollowed out pumpkin with Little Blue Feather’s help. In the second story, Little Blue Feather and the Rabbits, Little Blue Feather...
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Letters of Note

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Letters of Note

Letters of Note is a blog-based archive of fascinating correspondence, complete with scans and transcripts of the original missives. The Letters of Note archives presents six ways to navigate the ever-growing collection, with a search function and a list of the most popular entries. Probably the most helpful is the listing of correspondence written...
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Aesop’s Fables

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Aesop’s Fables

Created by John R. Long, this truly comprehensive, family-oriented archive contains hundreds of texts (and many images and RealAudio recordings) of a huge collection of Aesop’s Fables, indexed in table format, with the morals listed, and will appeal to anyone who appreciates the subtle humor, insight, and timeless wisdom of short tales such as...
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Hans Christian Andersen

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Hans Christian Andersen

The stories and fairytales of Hans Christian Andersen have delighted generations of children and adults, and the complete list of Andersen’s 168 tales, in the chronological order of their original publication, with links to the original texts for most of them, can be found at Hans Christian Andersen: Fairy Tales & Stories. From The...
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Rare Book Room

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The “Rare Book Room” site has been constructed as an educational site intended to allow the visitor to examine and read some of the great books of the world. Over the last decade, a company called “Octavo” digitally photographed some of the world ‘s great books from some of the greatest libraries. These books...
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Bethlehem Books

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A Bethlehem Books catalog came in the mail and I was delighted to see that they offer a historical time-line of the books that they publish. I searched around their website as well and found that they are “a small, home-grown publishing company dedicated to restoring to children and families a treasury of wholesome,...
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