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Sweet Sites for Children's Books

Seven Impossible Things...
100 Scope Notes
A Fuse #8 Production
A Chair, A Fireplace & A Tea Cozy
Books 4 Your Kids
Chicken Spaghetti
Charlotte's Library
From the Mixed-Up Files...
Jen Robinson's Book Page
Just One More Book
Literacy Learning Zone
Mid-Grade Re(ad)action
Middle Grade Mania
Ms. Yingling Reads
Nerdy Book Club
Pragmatic Mom
Smack Dab in the Middle
The Book Smugglers
The Children's Book Review
The Guardian: Children's Books
The Miss Rumphius Effect
The Reading Tub
There's a Book
Through the Looking Glass
Waking Brain Cells

At ™, we give each book we review a RATING from one to five. Listed below are the definitions for each - CLICK through to browse books by that rating.

These books are the BEST that children's literature has to offer. These selections should be on everyone's reading shelf. These books are classics or on their way to becoming classics.
These books are EXCELLENT and well-written. They are as close to a classic as you will get.
These books are GOOD. They are not classics and may never become classics. Even though a selection in this ranking may not be the best of the best, it shouldn't be missed for one reason or another, as noted anecdotally in each review.
These books are OK. You will probably find at least one redeeming quality here.
These books are simply BAD. How did they get published?