Reading Suggestions and Literature
Canadian Literary Centre
Canadian Literary Centre provides several individual monographs and biographies, essays and literary criticism, book reviews, and includes access to Quill & Quire.
Find out what to read next! Search for new titles, authors or plots, or enter your preferences to find read-alikes. Materials for all ages and reading levels.
If you are looking for ways to introduce both teachers and students to new books, and if you want to encourage independent reading and help students think more about why a particular story appeals to them -- you should look at NoveList® K-8! NoveList K-8 contains enhanced subject access for over 60,000 fiction titles aimed at the K-8 population. Full-text reviews from sources like School Library Journal and Booklist are available for many titles.
Good reads is another book finding website where you can create an account and judging by the books you have read or the books you want to read, they will make a recommendation lists. This does not cost anything and is a great way to find new books.
Free Book Notes
Free Book Notes is a site to get notes about a book and to get summary or analysis questions. You can also find study notes and study guides as well. This is a completely free site and is a great way to learn about a book and to help you better understand the ideas of the book.