• Children's Favorites: On-Line
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    Aesop’s Fables Read.   
    Aesop’s Fables, in two versions for each tale, all with illustrations done by students in a computing art class.

    The Alice Fan Club. 
    The characters in Phyllis Reynolds Naylor’s Alice series endure all these dilemmas—and more. This fan area is your chance to read all about Alice and her friends, make some new friends of your own, and hear from Phyllis Reynolds Naylor herself.

    American Girls Series.  
    An American Girl is a unique current girls’ series by Valerie Tripp, Janet Beele Shaw, Connie Porter, Susan S. Adler, and Maxine Schur. The series title is American Girls Collection. The American Girls stories are told through the eyes of girls living in different time periods. This site expands on the stories and has a club for fans of American Girls.

    The Arthur Page.  
    For Arthur fans everywhere! This site is maintained by PBS and features games and children’s art. A very popular site for younger children who love the character created by Marc Brown.

    Baby-Sitters’ Club Page.  
    What’s happening at the Baby-Sitters’ Club? Visit this site to learn about the characters and adventures.

    Berenstain Bears.  
    The official Berenstain Bears site, includes activities and lists of books.

    Betsy-Tacy Homepage.  
    Maybe this Web page is the first you have ever heard of the well-loved series about girls growing up in turn-of-the century Minnesota.

    Children’s Storybook Online.   
    Read lots of exciting stories like “Round Bird Can’t Fly,” “Grow Your Own Gargoyle,” and “The Wumpalump.”

    Come Home to Little House.  
    This companion site to the original Laura Ingalls Wilder series includes online activities, character descriptions, and more.

    Fun with Spot.  
    Fans of Eric Hill's Spot books will enjoy playing these games and reading the animated versions of some of these books. Shock wave plugin required.

    Guys Read.   
    Author Jon Scieszka makes suggestions for a literacy program that connects boys with books they want to read.

    HarperChildrens.com.   
    A place to do fun things, learn about books, and meet authors. This is an exciting site maintained by HarperCollins for its children’s books.

    Harry Potter.  
    Scholastic has created a fun-filled site for Harry Potter fans of all ages. Click on this site and find a trivia game, a pronunciation guide, owl posts and more.

    Kidsreads.com.  
    This site offers a place for parents and children to explore books and their reviews.

    Lemony Snicket.  
    As Lemony Snicket says, this site is filled with "dreadful images," "wretched information," and "unnerving games."

    Magic School Bus Page. 
    What are Ms. Frizzle and her class doing now? This site encourages you to work with many aspects of the Magic School Bus Adventures.

    Narnia.  
    This elegantly designed site devoted to C. S. Lewis's fantasy classics provides information about the books, the creatures and people of Narnia.

    The Peter Rabbit Web Site.  
    The official and definitive site on the world of Beatrix Potter. Potter's favorite characters and other aspects of her work can be viewed at a wide selection of art exhibitions, theatrical performances, displays and local events.

    Random House Kids.   
    Explore online with your favorite books and characters; you can even submit your own book reviews for online publication.

    Seussville.  
    The Cat in the Hat, Sam-I-Am, Horton and the Whos, and the rest of the Seuss characters welcome you to Seussville, Dr. Seuss’s playground in cyberspace. You can play games, chat with the Cat in the Hat, win prizes, find out about new Dr. Seuss books and CD-ROMs, and much, much more!

    Storyline.  
    Enjoy a selection of stories read online by members of the Screen Actors Guild. Files are available for Windows Media, Real Player or Quicktime formats.

    Treasure Island.  
    An informative site very neatly designed for children by a librarian in Britain. Learn all you can about this novel by Robert Louis Stevenson.

    The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Web Site.  
    Oz first started as a book by Frank L. Baum, then a series of books. The incredible world of Oz is explored in these pages. There is much to know about this wonderful land, and on these pages you will be told quite a lot about it, and helped to find out where to find out more.

     





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