Welcome to the IMSP Books for Children by Kathleen, Librarian
Tips for Reading! Picking the right book for your child is not always easy. Below is a list of recommended websites to help find a book to suit your child's interest and age level. Also included are some of my favorite Prague bookstores to find exactly what you are looking for. If you cannot find that perfect book, parents can always special order the book through local bookshops.
Websites to help you find the right book for your child:
“Education World and Barnes and Noble joined forces to present a reading program.
Thanks to our readers' contributions, we have gathered reading lists by grade, along with reviews of new books, interviews with favorite authors, and lots of ideas for projects to extend reading -- projects for kids to do with friends or on their own and projects for families to do together!”
International Reading Associations:
“International Reading Associations - Each year, thousands of children, young adults, teachers, and librarians around the United States select their favorite recently published books for the “Choices” booklists.
These lists are used in classrooms, libraries, and homes to help young readers find books they will enjoy.”
ContactAmerican Children Abroad
Ben and Helena Henderson
Prague, Czech Republic
The Library of Congress Resources for Kids and Families
These reading resources for kids will inspire you to discover new authors, rediscover classic books and even read a story created just for you, called "The Exquisite Corpse Adventure." Read.gov > Kids
E-learning for Kids
In today’s complex world, children’s futures are determined by their ability to master the basics of reading, science, math and computers.
E-Learning for Kids is dedicated to fun and free learning on the Internet for children ages 5 - 12.
Learn Languages Online
Livemocha is the world's largest online language learning community! 6 million Livemocha members appreciate this simple, effective approach to language learning: the most natural way to learn a language is with help from real native speakers.
Learn about Livemocha method
Choices Reading Lists
Children’s Choices is cosponsored by the Children’s Book Council. The list includes brief reviews of approximately 100 titles, each of which has been recommended by children themselves.