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"Opening Doors, Opening Minds"
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In one convenient place, find the most up-to-date recommendations compiled by the Heights Library Children's Services Department. Browse one of these lists today!
These books have delighted generations of children and are just waiting for you to discover them!
Here you'll find stories with magic spells, perilous battles, daring adventures, and more!
Reading to your baby is an important way to encourage growth and a love of books! Here is a list of fun and appropriate selections for children from birth to 18 months old.
Remember Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown? You'll find it here, along with many more old and new favorites!
Gather together, get comfortable and share one of these great books! This list has picks for children of all ages.
Looking for something that's not a hundred years old but has been really popular? Check out some of these choices from authors like Karen Cushman, Jennifer Choldenko, and Roald Dahl!
Love stories about detectives and solving crime? Then this is the list for you!
Don't like to read? Well, you're going to love one of these books! Don't believe us? Check it out for yourself!
Do you dare to be scared? Do you like to hear bumps in the night? If so, this list is for you!
Find a giant robot, pilot your own spaceship, and visit other planets, all from the comfort of home!
Want to find great stories about sports? We've got everything from baseball to boxing, swimming to sled dog racing!
Search here to find questions and ideas discussing some excellent books. Great for classes, book discussion groups, or just a way to start thinking about the book you read.
A database of easy reader, children's, and young adult series books. Organized by series, title, subject, and author.
Created by a team of teachers who love children's books, this site has the best children's books to help you quickly and easily find the ideal book for any topic and reading level.
An academic website created and maintained by Miami University that gives teachers, librarians, parents and students a place for designing literature-based thematic units for all subjects.