Scholastic's Harry Potter
This is the Scholastic Books site for Harry Potter. You can find information about the books, as well as some great games and Potter trivia.
This site is devoted to folktales that teach and entertain. Many of the tales reflect other countries and cultures. This site can be searched by story category (ie:adventure etc.) or by "lesson" such as (courage or generosity). Stories are illustrated and include reading levels and running times.
This page is based on the book series Animal Ark. It is dedicated to facts about animals and pet care, as well as information about the animal stories in this series.
Fun activities for fans of the Arthur books by Marc Brown.
A Book And A Hug
Meet some of your favourite authors and see them on video!
Blumsbury Books' Harry Potter
This is the official British site for Harry Potter. There are separate points of entry for muggles and wizards. There are games, trivia and information about the books and J.K. Rowling.
Based on the book character "Caillou", try these activites, games, songs and adventures with the world's most lovable tike!
Canadian Children's Literature: Authors and Illustrators
Created by the National Library of Canada, this is a selective guide to sites focusing on Canadian children's literature or sites whose content is pertinent to the study of Canadian children's literature. Sites are indexed alphabetically by last name of authors or illustrators.
Children's Books - guardian.co.uk
Find out about books for your age group.
Children's Storybooks Online
If you would like to read some great stories online, check this out! Just click and read!
Based on the books by Norman Bridwell, join Clifford the Big Red Dog for some fun!
Crow Toes Quarterly Magazine
This is a great site for kids who enjoy reading and writing. A must see for fans of children's literature.
Dav 's Starting Page
If you like the "Captain Underpants" books, you must visit author Dav Pilkey's site. Check out the activities, games and silly fun!
Check out the Scholastic Books site for the Dear Canada Series. You can learn about the different authors, get summaries of the books, and send a postcard to a friend. These books are written in diary format and are sure to appeal to Canadian history buffs, and those who like to keep a diary themselves.
Fancy fun and games!
Do you like to scare yourself? Try this site of creepy horrors, and meet the master of the Goosebumps series -- R.L. Stine!
The International Children's Digital Library
The mission of the International Children’s Digital Library Foundation is to excite and inspire the world's children to become members of the global community.
Jan Brett's Homepage
Visit children's author and illustrator Jan Brett. Print some colouring pages and e-mail cards to your friends!
Judy Blume's Home Base
Fans of the Judy Blume books should check out this official web site. Find out about Judy, her books and get some great writing tips.
Junie B. Jones
Meet the lovable Junie B. Jones! Try some activities, try a quiz, and meet the author, Barbara Park.
If you want to be a writer, Karleen includes some valuable tips for young, aspiring authors. This site includes excerpts of her books, biographical information, and FAQs.
Meet Kenneth Oppel, an accomplished Canadian author who wrote the "Silverwing" series, the "Barnes and Brains" series as well as many picture books. Follow the bats' journeys through the gallery section, or e-mail Kenneth himself.
Kids Corner - Wired For Books
If you would like to listen to, or read books online, try this site for Beatrix Potter stories, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Grimm's Fairy Tales and more!
If you have been enjoying the Lemony Snicket books ( A Series of Unfortunate Events), you should visit this wonderfully, dreadful site. Enter if you dare!
Linda Granfield writes non-fiction (factual information) about a variety of subjects, -- mostly historical events. Her website includes listings of her books, biographical information, and includes a few puzzles and word activities. She has visited our library in the past and is a smart, fun, interesting person with a great sense of humour.
Magic School Bus
Join Miss Frizzle and the Magic School Bus on their many adventures.
Magic Tree House
Mazes, crosswords, connect the dots, and more fun activities based on the Magic Tree House books. Find out about author Mary Hope Osborne and learn how you can write too!
Myths and Fables From Around the World
Enjoy 16 short stories and learn how coyote stole fire and monkey looked for trouble, among other "pourquoi" tales. These myths originate from Japan, India, Trinidad, Native American cultures and several African nations.
Official Roald Dahl Website
If you are a big fan of books such as: Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, and others by author Roald Dahl, you should check this web site out. Great animations too!
Our Canadian Girl
Have you been reading the "Our Canadian Girl" series? This web site tells you about the books, the characters, and includes activities. Try it out!
PIKA is a real treasure chest; in addition to the National Library of Canada's collection of 35 000 Canadian children's books, features from high-quality sources have been added: The National Library of Canada introduced a subject headings system for works of fiction in children's literature. Next, book summaries were added to the database. The summaries first appeared in Our Choice, published by The Canadian Children's Book Centre, and in Sélections, published annually by Communication-Jeunesse. The PIKA database is a search tool for Canadian children's literature designed to make life easier for bookworms and other creatures who love children's literature. Just visit PIKA, type in a topic (subject heading), the year of publication and your choice of language and I will suggest the right books.
Explore the Harry Potter stories in a whole new way and discover exclusive new writing from J.K. Rowling.
Fans of the Redwall series by Brian Jacques should visit this site which celebrates the mouse society that resides at the Abbey. Meet the author, the characters, and share their adventures.
This official Robert Munsch site allows your to read poems, stories, see photos, learn about the author, and even contact him!
Dr. Seuss fans can stop here to play games, and do all kinds of Seuss activities. You can even find out about Dr. Seuss himself! Do you eat green eggs and ham? Have you got a cat in your hat?
Listen to stories on your computer or download them to any MP3 Player or burn to a CD. Enjoy these traditional and classic tales from around the world.
The Roman Mysteries
Go back to the time of Ancient Rome and help solve the mystery. Learn about the Roman Mysteries series, author Caroline Lawrence, and do some sleuthing of your own!
The Spiderwick Chronicles
Join twin brothers Jared and Simon and their sister Mallory, and enter their fantastical and dangerous world where imps, brownies, ogres and all sorts of creatures roam!
A character guide that provides all you need to know (and more) about Winnie-the-Pooh and all our favourite friends from the "Hundred Aker Woods". Based on the books by A.A. Milne.
Devoted to the 2-8 age group, this is a fun, kid-friendly environment online that is easy for preschoolers to navigate. Have fun reading interactive stories, which are perfect for your preschool or school age child to read with you or alone. This site offers fun educational activities designed to encourage creativity and independent thinking.