children's book reviews? Here are our favorite sources:
Amazon.com: Children's Books
you will find children's books for sale, but this is a great place
to do research as well. Many books include editorial reviews as
well as reader's opinions and ratings.
Barnes and Noble:
is also a bookseller, but it's also a handy place to research
children's books. Editorial reviews and readers' ratings are
included for some of the books.
Book Hive is a place to find
hundreds of summaries of children's books organized by category
(Beginning Chapter Books, Concept, etc.). Readers' comments
(mostly from children) appear in some of the summaries. This site
is developed by a team of children's librarians and specialists.
Guide to Children's Books pulls together links, articles,
award lists, and more. It's a handy resource for those wanting to
research children's literature.
Boston Book Review Children's Corner contains some
well-written reviews of kids' books.
Horn Book magazine's web site has some sample reviews from
this revered publication.
Council Reviews is an independent review organization that
rounds up what they deem to be the best children's books, and
features four channels: for librarians, home schools, teachers,
magazine's web site features sample reviews from their
publication. Rates books, and includes both lower rated books as
well as highly recommended ones. Click on the link "Books for
Youth" for children's book reviews.
Hurst's Children's Literature Site features monthly
newsletters, reviews and suggestions, featured authors, and more.
Midwest Book Review is an excellent source for reviews of
books, including children's.
Book Reviews is our own growing collection of reviews and
articles about favorite kids' books. Children's books are reviewed
and rated, with pros and cons of each.