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New York Times Bestseller List provides access a list of items on the New York Times Bestseller List which ranks books based on sales. Updated weekly.
NPR Bestsellers provides lists of bestsellers based on a survey of independent bookstores nationwide. Updated weekly.
Amazon Bestsellers provides a ranking based on sales at Amazon.com. Updated hourly.
USA Today Best-selling Books ranks the 150 top-selling titles each week based on an analysis of sales from U.S. booksellers. Updated weekly.
eBooks & eAudiobooks
International Children’s Digital Library The ICDL Foundation promotes tolerance and respect for diverse cultures by providing access to the best of children's literature from around the world. The books are available in their native language.
LibriVox Access free public domain audiobooks, read by volunteers around the world.
Oxford Owl Help your child learn with expert advice and free activities from Oxford University Press. Check out their free eBook library.
Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks in the public domain.
Storyline Online The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Daytime Emmy®-nominated and award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online®, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.
Sites for Readers
Fantastic Fiction includes bibliographies for over 30,000 authors and information on over 350,000 books. Search by author or by book. Find read-alikes, upcoming releases, award winners, and series.
Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers and book recommendations. Our mission is to help people find and share books they love. You can use Goodreads to see which books your friends are reading; track the books you're reading, have read, or want to read; check out your personalized book recommendations; or find out if a book is a good fit for you from the community's reviews.
LibraryThing is an online service to help people catalog their books easily. You can access your catalog from anywhere—even on your mobile phone. Because everyone catalogs together, LibraryThing also connects people with the same books, comes up with suggestions for what to read next, and so forth. It is a full-powered cataloging application, searching the Library of Congress, all five national Amazon sites, and more than 690 world libraries. You can edit your information, search and sort it, "tag" books with your own subjects, or use the Library of Congress and Dewey systems to organize your collection. If you want it, LibraryThing is also an amazing social space, often described as "Facebook for books." You can check out other peoples' libraries, see who has the most similar library to yours, swap reading suggestions and so forth. LibraryThing also makes book recommendations based on the collective intelligence of the other libraries.
NPR Books offers reviews, interviews, and more. The Library of Congress presents Read.gov (http://www.read.gov/) The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress invites people of all ages to discover the fascinating people, places and events that await you whenever you read.
Wall Street Journal Books & Arts offers reviews, interviews, and more.
WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online.