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Zephie 12-07-2017 08:00 AM

Help finding website
 
I used to have a website saved that made it possible to find books that match another book either in location, time/era, or theme. I remember I could type in a title and a reading level range in order to find them. I really need to start looking at novels for next year's middle school ELA group. We will start in the middle ages and explore novels from the middle ages to the modern era. This will line up with their history course they will be taking next year.

MissAgnes 12-07-2017 11:03 AM

Looking for the same thing.
 
Closest I have found is teachingbooks.net.
For example, I typed in "The Book Thief", and then I could choose from subject headings such as: Jews, Germany, 1933-1945, etc.

it'sjustme 12-09-2017 06:02 PM

Website
 
What should I read next.com. (No spaces)

I use this site to help kids find books they like by typing in books they have read and enjoyed. Would this work?

jorgefuriouso 12-23-2017 05:54 AM

Scholastic Book Wizard
 
allows you to search like you described (somewhat). Personally I'm using Amazon more and more to find titles related by genre, theme, etc. Definitely works better than any library search feature.


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