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Parent resource center for helping families keep safe online.
Helping kids and teens stay safe online.
Net Family News
Online safety and other aspects of kids and digital media.
Child Safety on the Information Highway
A guide to internet safety for young people, originally from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Interactive Services Association.
Ithaca City School District
Jon's Homeschool Resource Page
Answers to homeschooling questions, plus many resources.
Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators
Homeschooling Curriculum's Online through Kaleidoscapes
Learning Disabilities Online
Accurate and up-to-date information and advice about learning disabilities
The Learning Page
A large number of lessons on a large number of topics created by the Library of Congress
National Educational Association
National Parent Teacher Organization
Tompkins County Private and Public Schools
U.S. Department of Education
ALA Book and Media Awards and Notables
The Art of Reading
Learn how art activities can help your children learn to read.
Designed for children ages birth through twelve, their parents, teachers or anyone interested in reading about children's books.
Children's Book Council
Family Reading Partnership
Creating a culture of literacy one book at a time - locally!
International Reading Association
An organization of literacy professionals
International Reading Association Children's Book Choices
Jan Brett's Homepage
3,738 pages of free activities, coloring pages, and projects.
Jim Trelease Home Page
Covers Jim Trelease's efforts in helping children make books into friends, not enemies. Includes excerpts from his books, data on his lecture schedule, book reviews, and information on ordering his products.
Mother Goose Pages
A collection of nursery rhymes, with tips on how to share them with children of different ages.
The National Center for Family Literacy
Family literacy projects
NoveList Fiction Guide (EBSCO)
NoveList is a fiction readers' guide to finding new authors and titles. It allows readers to use a favorite author or title as a starting point to locate other authors and titles of interest. They can also enter words that describe the contents of a book they would like to read, and NoveList retrieves titles that contain these words in the book's subject headings field. In addition, users can browse over 1,200 theme-oriented book lists, 160 award lists and 1,800 fiction related web-sites.
If accessing from home, you will need to log in using your library card barcode number and password (usually the last 4 digits of your phone number).
A website dedicated to the picture book.
Reading is Fundamental
Help your child love to read with the help of Reading is Fundamental.
Database of over 1000 book recommendations by: reading level, topic, genre, age level and key words.
100 books everyone should know compiled by the New York Public Library