Which books are appropriate for your child to read?
At times it is very difficult to know if a particular book is appropriate for a child to read. I have been using two sites that are very helpful to me, as a librarian, to decide which books are appropriate for use in our school library. You may want to visit these sites when deciding if you want your child to read a certain book.
Both sites give tons of information! There will be some books, of course, which are not featured on one site, but may be shown on the other site. Hopefully these two sites, in partnership, will be helpful to you.
MyOn Reader is an on-line digital library from Capstone books. Our students have access to over 1,700 books online anytime, anywhere! These books are in full color and the students may choose to have them read to them or read them alone. Many of these books have A.R. tests.
MyOn is engaging and hands on. As long as you use this username and password, it is free of charge. Of course, it is always best to monitor what your child is reading to ensure that it is appropriate for his/her reading level.
- Site: https://www.myon.com/login/index.html
- School: Texas Strong
- Username: myon
- Password: myon
Does the book my child is reading have an AR test to go with it? Check AR BookFinder!
|Grade||Reading Level||AR Points||Notes|
|8||6,7,8+||18||Check with teacher if below lvl 6|
|7||5,6,7+||15||Check with teacher if below lvl 5|
|6||4,5,6+||12||Check with teacher if below lvl 4|
|5||4,5+||9||Check with teacher if below lvl 4|
|4||3,4+||6||Check with teacher if below lvl 3|
|3||2,3+||3||Check with teacher if below lvl 2|
|1 & K||1+||1+||Advanced Reader/Enrichment|
Choose from a huge variety of books that the students are interested in all year long!
While logged into your Amazon account go to:
- Your list
- Find a list or registry (at bottom)
- Search name or email
- Kori O'Rourke firstname.lastname@example.org