5 edition of Popular series fiction for K-6 readers found in the catalog.
Popular series fiction for K-6 readers
Rebecca L. Thomas
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Popular series fiction for kindergarten-6th [grade] readers|
|Statement||Rebecca L. Thomas and Catherine Barr.|
|Series||Children"s and young adult literature reference|
|Contributions||Barr, Catherine, 1951-|
|LC Classifications||Z1037 .T4654 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008038124|
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"For K–6 librarians and others working with preschool and elementary students, this guide annotates popular series fiction books, listing them in alphabetical order by series title. Annotations describe the series' appeal, important characters, plots, themes, and issues, and list the publisher, grade level, genre, author, accelerated reader Format: Hardcover.
Barr, C. 1., & Thomas, R. Popular series fiction for K-6 readers: Popular series fiction for K-6 readers book reading and selection guide 2nd ed.
Libraries Unlimited. Citation by: Ryan Fugitt Type of Reference: Bibliographies Call Number: Bp Content/Scope: The author identifies over 2, in-print book series for elementary school readers/5.
Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers A Reading and Selection Guide (Book): Thomas, Rebecca L.: Because of their popularity, books in series are great vehicles for fostering literacy among all types of readers, who are almost always adamant about reading every title in the series, in series order.
Yet traditional information sources on children's and YA literature. Indexes popular fiction series for K-6 readers with groupings based on thematics, consistant setting, or consistant characters. Annotated entries are arranged alphabetically by series name and include author, publisher, date, grade level, genre, and a list of individual titles in the series.
It is a companion to Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers (), and both evolved from Reading in Series (Bowker, ).
For this volume, a list of series books was compiled using standard selection tools such as Booklist and Web sites such as and : $ 1, books — 3, voters. Is It Just Me. Books You Disliked That Everyone Else Seems To Love. 1, books — 2, voters. New Series () 1, books — 2, voters.
Cozy Mystery Series - First Book of a Series. books — 2, voters. First In Series () books — 2, voters. I Don't Understand All That Fuss. It introduces users to the best and most popular fiction series of today, covering approximately 1, series appropriate for elementary readers.
For each series, the authors provide an annotation that describes the series' appeal and lists characters, and : Using standard review sources and bibliographies as well as author, publisher, bookseller, and library Web sites, the authors have identified nearly 2, in-print series appropriate for K–6 readers and an equal number of series (including manga, Cine-Manga, and illustrated novels) that will appeal to readers in grades 6– Get this from a library.
Popular series fiction for K-6 readers: a reading and selection guide. [Rebecca L Thomas; Catherine Barr] -- Because of their popularity, books in series are great vehicles for fostering literacy among all types of readers, who are almost always adamant about reading every title in the series, in series.
Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers A Reading and Selection Guide (Book): Thomas, Rebecca L.: Who wrote the Disney Fairies books. Which series appeal to boys. In what genre would you classify A Series of Unfortunate Events. These are just some of the questions that challenge K-6 librarians as the popularity of series fiction continues to grow.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers: A Reading & Selection: Popular Series Fiction for Kâ 6 Readers: A Reading and Selection Guide (Hardcover) at This companion volume to Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers (Libraries Unlimited, ) is a must-buy for all librarians eager to keep up with the rapidly expanding teen market."- School Library Journal, "This book will be a useful tool to refer to when checking that the library owns all the titles in a series or to find the order of titles.
It introduces users to the best and most popular fiction series of today, covering more than 1, series with o titles, appropriate for elementary readers. Annotations also indicate series and titles accepted by some of the popular electronic reading programs (e.g., Accelerated Reading, Reading First).
Author: Astrid Lindgren; Publisher: Putnam Juvenile ISBN: Category: Juvenile Fiction Page: 32 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» When her friends Tommy and Annika have a day off from school, Pippi takes them on a far from ordinary picnic. Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers.
Westport: Libraries Unlimited, This is a book compiled of lists of books appropriate for grades K-6 that are series.
In the index you can find the listing of stories by genre. I found it helpful. It gives a brief description of the story line of the series and tells you each book in the series. Popular Chapter-Book Series for Young Readers. Interest levels K-3; Reading levels Gr.
1 Selected/Annotated by Barbara Begin Campbell – December, Series: ADVENTURES OF SOPHIE MOUSE. Poppy Green / Jennifer A. Bell. Little Simon, Sophie is an 8.y.o. mouse in this animal fantasy.
She and other anthropomorphized creatures act. LTA Children's Services - Central Indiana: Collection Development. This guide is intended for library services to children. Horn Book Horn Book. Horn Book Guide online - Demo. Selection Lists Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers by Rebecca L.
Thomas; Catherine Barr ISBN: Author: Anne Marie Moser. Popular Series Fiction Two reference books for series are listed below.
Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers contains entries on over 1, popular children’s book series. Popular Series Fiction for Middle School and Teen Readers.
covers slightly less titles, but includes a wider variety of formats, including graphic novels. Both works. Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers: a Reading and Selection Guide.
This guide looks at 1, series. Annotations describe the series, and list genre, grade level, and the order of books with publication dates. There is a genre and subject index as well as appendixes on series books for girls, boys, reluctant readers and ESL students.
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All By Myself Level B. Nap Time Level aa. The Box Level C. We Make a Snowman Level C. Allie and Ollie Level C. Birthday Party Level C.Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers: a Reading and Selection Guide. This guide looks at 1, series.
Annotations describe the series, and list genre, grade level, and the order of books with publication dates. There is a genre and subject index as well as appendixes on series books for girls, boys, reluctant readers and ESL students.However, they are among the more popular choices today, and ones that should be considered for a shortlist if you are looking to invest in a new series.
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