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June 17, 1998

Children's Literature Newsletter

http://www.parentsplace.com/readroom/childnew/index.html

This online newsletter attempts to pick the best of more than 3,000 children's books published every year. Reviews of the books are organized by subject and written by librarians, teachers, authors, editors and parents. For those interested in multimedia, there are numerous reviews of CD-ROM products with a special emphasis on products that provide activities for helping your children learn to read. Another section gives links to lists of award-winning children's books.

Children's Literature Web Guide

http://www.acs.ucalgary.ca/dkbrown/index.html

Chosen and organized by a librarian, this site offers a comprehensive listing of quality literature Web pages. Special features include: lists of recommended reading for all age groups, resources for parents, children's book award winners, information on authors and illustrators, links to stories online and a list of children's book publishers on the Internet. This is a great starting point for someone new to the world of children's literature.

4 - Reviewed by Andrea Wilson, Sun news researcher

Pub Date: 6/17/98

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