Access Recommended Kids’ books
Reading development is best supported when we expose kids to books. Exposure includes giving access to online books or providing paperback books regularly. Below you’ll find some resources that provide access to free and paid books. The list includes English and Spanish books.
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These resources are appropriate for Kindergarten and for young learners up to 12th grade. Feel free to share with other parents and teachers. Remember to read to your child to build lifelong readers!
Recommended books At Glance
A vetted list of recommended books for kids of all ages.
English Books by Age
A collection of English books preferred and most purchased for ages Baby to 12.
A collection of books for teenagers of ages 12 and above.
Spanish Books by Age
A collection of Spanish books kids prefer and most purchased for ages Baby to 12.
A list of book collections that includes multiple books for each theme.
English Books Resources
A list of online websites that provides access to online English books. Including several resources accessible free of charge and some websites that offer subscriptions. Also available here is a list of paperback kids’ English books by age and a list of the Top 9 Best Seller Teenager Books.
Spanish Book Resources
Access a list of online websites that provide access to online Spanish books. Hence, these include several resources accessible free of charge and some websites that offer subscriptions. In addition, you’ll also find a collection of printed Spanish kids’ books for different ages.
Usborne Book Resources
Exiting real books. Books are a great option for bedtime stories. Additionally, they get kids excited about reading. UBAM is an internationally award-winning publisher of unique children’s books from newborn to young adult. Contains an affiliate link.
Do you know of other bilingual, Spanish, or English resources you could share? Share your resources here! Let’s grow this list.