Do you remember reading unputdownable book series as a kid? Wouldn’t it be thrilling to meet the author of those books? When a kid gets hooked on a book series, that feeling can make them excited to read more and more books. Introducing the first book in a series is a great way to get kids reading for fun and reading consistently!
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We do not have books on the website for kids to read. On Biblionasium, children can rate, review, and recommend books to their community. They can also log their reading and participate in reading challenges. However, due to copyright, students will need to obtain the books from other sources.
Beyond school and public libraries, we recommend that you review the following sources to consider recommending to your students for reading books online:
Project Gutenberg – A library of over 60,000 free e-books in the public domain
Overdrive – a resource where you can download e-books and audiobooks for free if you have a library card
Unite for Literacy – free digital picture books for kids
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- Groups, homerooms, and teachers need to reflect exactly what is set up in the Destiny back end
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Destiny educators should manage groups through Biblionasium if you need to:
- Add new group(s) that are not needed in Destiny (book clubs, special classes, etc.)
- Add additional educators to any group
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To encourage independent reading, librarians and teachers look to build a community of readers. What better way to build that community than by writing and sharing book reviews? Writing a review encourages students to reflect on what they’ve read, and when they share the review on Biblionasium, it lets
At Biblionasium, we are proud to provide a platform that encourages the love of reading, builds digital citizenship skills, and allows kids to connect with their friends in a safe, learning-focused environment. As we celebrate National Reading Month, it is important to remember why reading is fundamental to a child’s growth and development. We hope you
At Biblionasium, we value our diverse community, including the voices among us that are often underrepresented. For Black History Month, we are honoring Black literature: specifically Black authors, Black characters, and biographies of famous Black people. Whether your goal is to celebrate Black history, support and empower Black students, or educate others, this list will help
https://youtu.be/vLG_LO4Yq3E World Read Aloud Day is February 3rd, 2021! When kids log a book – any book – in Biblionasium on Feb. 3rd, they will earn our WRAD trophy which is offered each year. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating reading aloud and all the benefits kids enjoy when others
🎊 WIN a Q&A with beloved author W. Bruce Cameron! 🎊 Here at Biblionasium, we realize that book reviews are an effective tool for students to express their thoughts, opinions, reactions, and preferences. In an effort to encourage students to reflect on what they’re reading, we are pleased to announce