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Friday, March 23

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    1950s
    1960s
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    Underwear
    Unicorns
    UNH Environmental Education
    Unusual parents
    Unplugged Family Night
    Unusual Grandmothers
    U.S. Navy
    UnValentine
    Utensils (Picture books)
    Utopia/dystopia
    Vampires
    Vikings
    Virtual reality
    Volcanoes
    Volunteers
    Voting
    Water
    Westerns for Grades 3-5
    Wheelchair
    Wheelchair (YA)
    West African Mali
    Winter Poems
    Winter stories
    Wishes
    Witch hysteria
    Witchcraft
    Witches
    Wizards
    Wolves
    Women in Non traditional Roles
    Women of the West
    Women's Lib
    Women's Rights
    Working Mothers
    Worms
    Writing
    YA's Go To College
    ATN READING LISTS
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    1920s
    1950s
    1960s
    50th Birthday
    Absentee Parent
    Abuse (YA)
    Accordions
    Adjustment
    Adoption
    Adoption (Spanish language)
    Afghanistan
    Africa
    African American picture books
    African American Romance
    African-American Urban Setting
    Aging
    Agricultural (YA)
    AIDS Novels (Grade 7-9)
    Airplanes
    Alaskan Literature
    Alcoholic mother
    Alcoholic parent
    Alcoholism (for 4 year old)
    Alternatve families
    Angels
    Anger management
    Anger management (Elementary)
    Animal abuse
    Animal rights
    Animals that talk
    Arabs
    Artsy/Craftsy Teens
    Assembly lines
    At-Risk Characters
    Autism
    Auto racing
    Aviation
    Baby animals
    Ballads
    Bar Mitzvah (Gifts for)
    Baseball
    Baseball (Middle School)
    Basketball
    Basketball, Girls
    Based on a True Story
    Bats
    Beauty
    Bedtime Stories
    Being Overweight
    Bible, Based on
    Biblical Allusions
    Biracial picture books
    Birds
    Birds of prey
    Birthday parties
    Bisexual
    Blind (Picture books)
    Blind Protagonists
    Boarding Schools
    Boats
    Body art
    Body Image
    Book related songs
    Books and Food
    Books and Movies For Teens
    Books Based on Song Lyrics
    Books Depicting Characters Reading
    Books in books
    Books that changed the world
    Books that influenced the 1960's
    Books to read outside
    Bossy friend
    Boys in trouble
    Bridges
    Bridges/Making Connections
    Brothers
    Bubbles
    Bullies, Girl
    Bullying/Meanness
    Burn Victims
    Camping
    Canada
    Cancer
    Cancer in Teens
    Caribbean
    Cars
    Castaways
    Caves
    Celtic Culture
    Chairs
    Change
    Changelings
    Characters reappearing
    Characters smoking
    Chesapeake Bay
    Chess
    "Chick Lit"
    "Chick Lit" with minority character
    Child abuse
    Child Activists
    Children as writers
    Children building
    Children flying
    Children's Books by Celebrities
    Chinese adoption
    Chinese New Year
    Christlike Characters
    Chocolate
    Chronic illness
    Cities
    Color blind
    "Comfort" Books
    Coming of age in the Jewish tradition
    Coming to life
    Community
    Community (Elementary)
    Compulsive Overeaters
    Conspiracy
    Contemporary African American Youth
    Continents
    Coping with death
    Copyright
    Country Fair
    Covers
    Eyes on cover
    Snow globes
    Cowboys
    Criminal cases
    Crisis Fiction
    Cross Dressing
    Crutches
    Culinary Theme
    Cultural identity
    Culture Shock
    Cutting (Self-mutilation)
    Daddy Coming Home
    Dancers
    Dachshunds
    Dating abuse
    Dead characters
    Deaf
    Death as narrator
    Death of a grandparent
    Death of a loved one
    Death of a pet
    Death of a sibling
    Death of a student
    Dental Health
    Dentists
    Depression (Psychological)
    Diabetes
    Dialects
    Dinosaurs (PK-Grade 2)
    Disabilities (Grade K- 8)
    Disabilities (by disability)
    Disfigurement
    Divorce
    Doctor
    Double chins
    Down's Syndrome
    Dragons
    Dragons, Asian
    Dreamcatchers
    Drug abuse
    Drugs in fiction
    Drunk driving
    Duct TapeDwarf
    Dyslexia
    Earthquakes
    East Indian in US
    Eating disorders
    Eccentric Characters
    Eco-warriors
    Emus
    Endangered Species
    Epilepsy
    Equestrian
    Espionage
    Exciting Parents
    Existential Literature
    Eyes on cover
    Eyeglasses, Girl who like
    Fact vs. opinion
    Factory Work
    Farm life
    Father as caregiver
    Favorite Christmas Picture Books
    Female athletes
    Female Circumcision
    Female dragon slayer
    Female Protagonists
    Film/TV Tie-ins
    Fire Fighting (High School)
    Firefighters
    Fish
    Fishing
    Flower Girl
    Food allergy
    Food (Picture books)
    Food and fiction
    Football
    Forbidden Love
    Friends moving away
    Frogs
    "From Sea to Shining Sea"
    Games (Board, Card, etc.)
    Games in fantasy
    Gangs
    Gardening (Grade K-6)
    Gay and lesbian (non-fiction)
    Gay and lesbian (fiction)
    Gems
    Girls disguised as boys
    Girls' sports
    Girls and their identity
    God in picture books
    Gossip
    Grandchild's point of view
    Grandfathers in picture books
    Grandmothers/granddaughters
    Grandparents raising grandchildren
    Grandparents fostering love of nature
    Grass is greener theme
    Groceries
    "Gross" books
    Growing up
    Guide Dogs
    Guns
    Gypsies
    Hackers
    Halloween
    Halloween Repetitive Stories
    Handicapped (Picture Books)
    Hanukkah
    Harp
    Hats
    Hawaii
    Hawaii Picture Books
    Head lice
    Heartwarming
    Heroes and heroines
    Hidden things in illustrations
    Hiking
    Hispanic Settings/Themes
    Hispanics
    Hitting
    HIV/AIDS
    Hobos
    Hockey
    Homelessness
    Homeschooled
    Horses
    Hospitals
    Hot cocoa
    Houses
    How a book is made
    Human/Monster Romance
    Human to animal metamorphosis
    Hunting
    Ice Cream Books
    Iceland
    Ill children reading
    Illness
    Imagery
    Imagination
    Imaginary Friends
    Inclusion
    Industrial Revolution
    Infant memorial
    Inspired by real events
    Intergenerational Books
    Inuit
    Inventions
    Irish Famine
    Islamic fiction
    Issues for discussion (6th Grade)
    Jailed characters
    Jazz (Elementary)
    Jelly Beans
    Jelly Bones
    Jewish Fantasy
    Junior high girls
    Jungle
    Keeping YAs on their toes
    Kids Doing Shakespeare
    Kids in Trouble
    King Arthur (Elementary)
    King Arthur & Camelot (Grade 7-12)
    Kisses (Picture books)
    Kites
    Ku Klux Klan
    Kwanzaa
    Learning from mistakes
    Learning to read
    Leaving
    Library
    Library -- YA
    Library as Sanctuary
    Life under dictatorship
    Light in Picture Books
    Light in Poetry
    Little Old Lady
    Living with relatives
    Llamas
    Long distance relationship
    Mafia
    Magical realism
    Male/female roles (Picture books)
    Male violence questioned
    Maple Syrup
    Medical thrillers
    Mental Illness
    Mermaids (PS - 8th Grade)
    Meth abuse
    Mexico
    Midwife
    Middle class in books on minorities
    Military mothers
    Military Parents
    Millennial fiction
    Minorities in SF/Fantasy
    Mittens
    Mixed race families (Picture books)
    Modeling good parenting
    Monsters
    Mother Earth
    Mother's Love
    Mountains
    Mouse
    Multiple Viewpoints
    Multicultural (YA)
    Multiracial Friendship
    Musical Instruments
    Mys
    Mysteries involving librarians
    Natural disasters
    Neglectful or Self Absorbed Parents
    New England Mill Girls
    New York
    Newspapers
    No marriage/staying single
    Noah's Ark
    Non-Christian Religious Fiction
    Nonconformity
    Non-traditional Gender Roles
    Non-traditional Princesses
    Nurse
    Nursing Homes
    Nutrition
    OCD
    Oldies but goodies
    One room school
    "Only child" in picture books
    Orderliness
    Organization
    Origami
    Outsiders
    Overcoming adversity
    Pacific Islands
    Palestinian Americans
    Palestinian Conflict
    Parent abandonment
    Parent in Jail (Grade K-2)
    Parent in Jail
    Parents
    "Pay it forward" theme
    Peace
    Pencils
    People reading
    People With Wings
    Philosophical undercurrents
    Photography
    Picture Books Set Around 1900
    Picture day
    Pigs
    Pinwheels/windmills
    Pirates
    Pizza
    Pizza (YA)
    Planting
    Plays and books
    Police
    Politics (High School)
    Pop culture
    Positive male character
    Positive YA Lit
    Poverty
    Pranks
    Pregnancy
    Pregnancy termination
    Pregnant Teens
    Prejudice (Grades 7-9)
    Prince Un-Charming
    Princes
    Prom
    Psychology (High School)
    Psychology - AP
    Pulling Together
    Questionable Medical Ethics
    Quilts
    Racism
    Reading is Important (Picture Books)
    Recipes
    Recorder
    Refugees (Picture Books)
    Refugees, Modern
    Rejection (Fiction)
    Rhyme (Cumulative)
    Ring Bearer
    Risk Taking
    Rocks
    Role Reversal
    Rolling
    Romance (5th grade)
    Romance (Middle School)
    Romance with African American character
    Role Model
    Royalty (Picture books)
    Rural Settings
    Russia
    Russian Nesting Dolls
    St. Patrick's Day
    Say No To Television
    Scarecrows
    School shootings
    School violence
    Science (Grades 9-12)
    Scotland
    Search for Identity
    Seasons (YA)
    Secrets
    Selkies
    September 11, 2001
    Sexual Abuse
    Sexual Harrassment
    Shoes
    Short boys
    Shunning
    Shy Teens
    Shyness
    Sibling rivalry
    Siblings
    Siblings (Elementary)
    Single parents
    Sixties Fiction
    Skateboarding
    Smelly
    Smoking
    Snowboarding
    Soccer picture books
    Something under the bed
    South Africa
    South American novels
    South West Asia and the Middle East
    Spies
    Sports
    Spy fiction
    Stalking
    States (fiction set in particular states)
    Street Children
    Storms
    Struggle
    Stuttering
    Suburbia
    Suffrage
    Suicide
    Suicide of Parent
    Summer camp
    Summer job
    Super hero
    Survival
    Survival (Non fiction)
    Surviving Against the Elements
    Tarot
    Tea parties
    Teachers (as fictional characters)
    Technology and Society (Grade 9)
    Technology in childrens' literature
    Teen as hero and outcast
    Teen marriage
    Teens at work
    Teens Having Babies
    Teens in Prison
    Telphone
    Test anxiety
    Theater
    Tickles
    Tigers and lions
    Toilet Training
    Too Much Television
    Trading Places
    Trailer Parks
    Trains
    Treasure hunt
    Trees
    Turn of the 20th century novels
    Turn off TV Week
    Turnips
    Twins
    Underwear
    Unicorns
    UNH Environmental Education

    Unusual parents
    Unplugged Family Night
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Tuesday, March 20

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    Girls Disguised as Boys
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    Cocktail Dresses
    Eon: Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman
    Alanna series by Tamora Pierce
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Monday, March 19

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    Animal abuse
    Animal rights
    Mikrowelle
    Animals that talk
    Arabs
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Sunday, March 18

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    Mikrowelle
    Art
    Art Masterpieces
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Saturday, March 17

  1. page home edited ... ATN Reading Lists is moving! Wikispaces has decided to close after giving us years of use. I f…
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    ATN Reading Lists is moving! Wikispaces has decided to close after giving us years of use. I for one am very grateful to the folks at Wikispaces. But now we need to move to a new site. I am in the process of migrating the site to a new home.
    At this point, I am turning off the editing ability so I can be sure to copy all the pages. Please email me any changes you want to make until I have finished the migration. Thank you for all your support during the past 22 years.
    https://sites.google.com/site/atnreadinglists/
    Welcome to ATN Reading Lists. ATN Reading Lists was started in 1996 as part of a librarian collaborative project, All Together Now, begun by Dale Copps. The intention was that librarians could not only use this resource but contribute to it as well. At that time, there were several of us who began web sites and hoped that we could use this fairly new technology as a place to share and collaborate. As well intended as the goal was, it soon became apparent that the vision was really not viable at that time. Dale handed the list over to Nancy Keane in 1999.
    ATN Book Lists has grown significantly since its birth in 1996 and now there are approximately 1,400 lists on the site! This has made keeping the index manageable a cumbersome task. Keeping the lists up to date is even harder. Some of the original lists are now very outdated. But we now enter wiki territory. Our original goal of a librarian collaborative is finally reality. By using Wikispaces, the lists can be updated, added to, deleted from, corrected, etc., by librarians all over the world. How exciting is that!!
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  2. page home edited ... ATN Reading Lists is moving! Wikispaces has decided to close after giving us years of use. I f…
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    ATN Reading Lists is moving! Wikispaces has decided to close after giving us years of use. I for one am very grateful to the folks at Wikispaces. But now we need to move to a new site. I am in the process of migrating the site to a new home.
    At this point, I am turning off the editing ability so I can be sure to copy all the pages. Please email me any changes you want to make until I have finished the migration. Thank you for all your support during the past 22 years.
    https://sites.google.com/site/atnreadinglists/
    Welcome to ATN Reading Lists. ATN Reading Lists was started in 1996 as part of a librarian collaborative project, All Together Now, begun by Dale Copps. The intention was that librarians could not only use this resource but contribute to it as well. At that time, there were several of us who began web sites and hoped that we could use this fairly new technology as a place to share and collaborate. As well intended as the goal was, it soon became apparent that the vision was really not viable at that time. Dale handed the list over to Nancy Keane in 1999.
    ATN Book Lists has grown significantly since its birth in 1996 and now there are approximately 1,400 lists on the site! This has made keeping the index manageable a cumbersome task. Keeping the lists up to date is even harder. Some of the original lists are now very outdated. But we now enter wiki territory. Our original goal of a librarian collaborative is finally reality. By using Wikispaces, the lists can be updated, added to, deleted from, corrected, etc., by librarians all over the world. How exciting is that!!
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    ATN READING LISTS
    ATN Reading Lists is moving! Wikispaces has decided to close after giving us years of use. I for one am very grateful to the folks at Wikispaces. But now we need to move to a new site. I am in the process of migrating the site to a new home.
    At this point, I am turning off the editing ability so I can be sure to copy all the pages. Please email me any changes you want to make until I have finished the migration. Thank you for all your support during the past 22 years.
    https://sites.google.com/site/atnreadinglists/

    Welcome to ATN Reading Lists. ATN Reading Lists was started in 1996 as part of a librarian collaborative project, All Together Now, begun by Dale Copps. The intention was that librarians could not only use this resource but contribute to it as well. At that time, there were several of us who began web sites and hoped that we could use this fairly new technology as a place to share and collaborate. As well intended as the goal was, it soon became apparent that the vision was really not viable at that time. Dale handed the list over to Nancy Keane in 1999.
    ATN Book Lists has grown significantly since its birth in 1996 and now there are approximately 1,400 lists on the site! This has made keeping the index manageable a cumbersome task. Keeping the lists up to date is even harder. Some of the original lists are now very outdated. But we now enter wiki territory. Our original goal of a librarian collaborative is finally reality. By using Wikispaces, the lists can be updated, added to, deleted from, corrected, etc., by librarians all over the world. How exciting is that!!
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Tuesday, January 9

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    Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne (not strictly technology — natural disaster leads to a leak of military-level chemicals)
    Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel (also not strictly technology — pandemic sweeps the world, killing 90% of population. It’s very interesting to read about the survivors and how they live without technology)
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    more fantasy.​
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    Utopian/Dystopian/Imagined Worlds
    Little Brother by Cory Doctorow
    Bone Gap by Laura Ruby features an alternate dimension (imagined world).
    The I am Number Four series and its companion series book Generation One feature imagined world technology.
    Feed by M. T. Anderson
    Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
    Armageddon by Ernest Cline
    WarCross by Marie Lu
    The Circle by Dave Eggers
    Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne (not strictly technology — natural disaster leads to a leak of military-level chemicals)
    Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel (also not strictly technology — pandemic sweeps the world, killing 90% of population. It’s very interesting to read about the survivors and how they live without technology)
    ​The Fire Sermon by Francesca Haig and The Sky So Heavy by Claire Zorn both are post-nuclear stories. The Sky So Heavy is more realistic, The Fire Sermon is more fantasy.​

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Thursday, December 21

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    Jinxed by Meg Cabot
    Suck it up by Brian Meehl
    Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey
    Hold me Closer Necromancer by Lish McBride
    Necromancing the Stone by Lish McBride
    Croak by Gina Damico
    Fat Vampire by Adam Rex
    The Devil's Intern by Donna Hosie
    Sucks to be Me by Kimberly Pauley
    Team Human by Justine LarbalestierEvil Librarian by Michelle Knudsen
    Bad Day for Voodoo by J. StrandThe Infects by S. BeaudoinThirsty by M.T. AndersonHouse of Ivy and Sorrow by Natalie WhippleThe Diviners by Libba Bray
    Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith
    Going Bovine by Libba BrayEat, Brains, Love by Jeff HartZombie vs. UnicornColdest Girl in ColdtownName of the Star by Johnson
    Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame -Smith and Jane AustenThe Reformed Vampire Support Group by Catherine Jinks
    The Screaming StaircaseDavid LubarAnna Dressed in Blood

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