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Every once in a while I come across a resource I’d like to pass on to my readers…..

Reading levels:

I try to give a general idea of reading level in my reviews, but this is difficult to do. My grade level assignment is based on average reading skills.  For further help with this visit www.lexile.com where you can find lexile designations for many books. You can also use the lexile analyzer to type in a portion of text to determine lexile level.

Focus on the Family Book Reviews for Tweens

These reviews contain more of the current best sellers and are a good resource for series books marketed to tweens and young adults. Tween Book Reviews from Focus on the Family

Great Christian Books

Reformed Heritage Books – Wide range of books very reasonably priced including topics such as doctrine, theology, children’s fiction, historical fiction and devotions.

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  1. March 1, 2010 10:35 AM

    it looks great. I will be reading it all, especially as jere gets older. He was a member of a library based book club that sent an amazing number of very scarey, poorly written, and non age appropriate books.

    • March 1, 2010 3:16 PM

      That has been my experience, also. It seems to have gotten much worse in the last 5 years. Our school library even quit doing a reading program it has done for 11 years. The books on the national program’s reading list were poor as far as content: Way too much silly stuff, and way too many bad attitudes.

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