This site provides an extensive list of children’s literature web sites. It provides resources for parents, children, and teachers. Among the nice features are links to authors who are on the web.
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence:
This site offers historical documents, scientific experiments, mathematical challenges, famous paintings, and other tools for teachers & students. Thousands of topics can be searched -- from the Civil War, the Constitution, to the Amistad Case. Resources can also be viewed in 12 subject areas.
Great Writers & Poets
This site gives short biographical information on writers and poets. The site also lists Nobel Prize Winners.
Jan Brett's Homepage
An interview with the famous children's author, activities, games, and teacher links are featured.
Kids Love a Mystery
Everyone loves a good mystery -- especially kids. When kids enjoy mysteries they have fun and want more. Because kids love a mystery, they are a favorite of teachers and an ideal way to teach critical thinking, problem solving, writing, and literature.
This location publishes all work submitted. A parent maintains the site. Follow the directions for submitting student work. The site offers opportunities for interactive writing, keypals, and much more.
Internet Card Central
This site offers hundreds of links to electronic sites online. Send virtual cards and letters via email.
Internet Public Library
The Internet Public Library has lots of fun and educational stuff to see and do. You can play math games, take a tour around the world, or do some fun science experiments. You could also learn some new jokes to try out on your friends or read some stories.
Let's Go Around the World
The Let's Go!: Around the World Web site presents language-arts-based adventures focusing on different regions/cultures of the world. This Web site is designed for K-8 students and their teachers and/or parents. Users will find photographs, stories, poetry, and student contributions from around the world.
Lewis Carroll Home Page
A guide to information on Lewis Carroll. The site also features games.
The Moonlit Road
The Moonlit Road focuses on stories of the American South. Each month, a new Southern story is told by some of the region's best storytellers. By selecting a story, you embark on a journey to a storyteller's home in the land where the story was born. "The Gray Man" is in the archives.
The "My Hero Project" is an interactive Web site that allows users to read hero stories and submit their own stories. Hero stories are categorized and cover such topics as animals, artists, business, family, science, and teachers.
Reader's Theater Editions
Reader's Theater Editions are scripts adapted from stories by Aaron Shepard and others -- mostly humor, fantasy, and retold tales from a variety of cultures. The grade levels for performers fall mostly between 3 and 9. Copying, sharing, and performing the scripts are permitted for any educational, non-commercial purpose.
This is an interactive, hypermedia site. The site provides opportunities for queries about Shakespeare related matters. Other listings are Shakespeare festivals, a today in Shakespeare History, and a link to a search facility in which you may search the complete works of Shakespeare.
Writes of Passage
Students are encouraged to submit poetry, reviews, essays, doodles, artwork, links and articles. Submission is by e-mail. A section entitled Learning with Mysteries assists teachers and students with ideas for use in the classroom. There are links to Edgar Allan Poe and Sherlock Holmes, among others.