Monday, December 03, 2012

Books by Reading Level!

One of the great things about our Facebook page, this blog, and the BF Users Yahoo Group is that they provide opportunities for us to get to know you a bit better. It also gives you opportunities to point out things that we can change and improve. For instance, the latest change to our website was suggested by a Facebook fan and it's a great improvement. There is now a section on our website that lists individual titles by reading level. This is a great resource for people who are wanting to add books to their children's curriculum, those seeking the best books for their children to read, and those who are looking for great read-alouds. There are four sections corresponding to a range of reading levels. Within each section you'll find our favorite titles and we hope you find this helpful. Here's the links to each section.

Each section contains all the titles we carry for that particular reading level so you can choose books according to interest and historical period. We hope you find this useful and also want to encourage you to feel free to let us know how you think we can improve your experience. Whether it's suggestions for the website, the FB page, the blog, or our curriculums, we love hearing from you. Your input is very much appreciated as we seek to constantly improve your BFB experience.

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1 comment:

  1. This is a wonderful feature...thanks! I would also like to see a note added as to which guide each book belongs. For example, when I look up the 2nd - 4th grade readers, does "Caddie Woodlawn" go with the a history guide, a science guide, the horse guide, etc.?