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Personalized Reading List for Kids Scituate Town Library
Kids (or their parents/caregivers) are invited to fill out the form below to receive a customized list of book suggestions! Once you submit your form, you can expect to receive a list within in two weeks. This service is private-- no one will see the information you share or the list we create except for you and the Children's Librarian, Ann L.
Grade (or equivalent if home schooled)
Types of books you like to read (check all that apply)
Picture Books (illustrated, often have robust vocabulary, story complexity varies)
Easy Readers (sight words, repetition, short sentences, illustrated)
Early Chapter Books (shorter, aimed at Grades 1-3, often illustrated)
Chapter Books (longer, aimed at Grades 3-6)
Graphic Novels (stories told with words and sequential art-- think comic book-style)
Kind of book you'd like (check all that apply)
Realistic fiction (imagined story, but set in today's world)
Humor (funny stuff)
Fantasy (characters, places, and events that do not and would not exist in the real world)
Mystery (story that deals with solving a crime or revealing secrets)
Adventure/Survival (story where characters struggle against nature or people)
Animal Fiction (could include fantasy or realistic situations)
Historical Fiction (imagined story, but set in the past)
Nonfiction (books written to help readers learn about real events, people, or topics)
If you checked nonfiction in question 8, is there a specific nonfiction topic, event, or person you are interested in?
Formats you like (check all that apply)
Audio book on disc
Downloadable audio book
List or describe some books you've read that you really liked! (This is optional, but it will really help me to make your list the best it can be!)
Use this box to let me know anything else about your reading style you think is useful. This could be things such as page length, series vs. stand alone books, pictures vs. no pictures, etc. etc. This could also be information about whether you're reading on your own or want someone to read aloud to you.
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