Book Finder

This website can help your students find the perfect book.
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This website can help your students find the perfect book.

Looking for a great book to read this summer? This website can help your students find the perfect one. Just choose your grade level, select a level of difficulty, and decide whether you want fiction or nonfiction. Then click all the subjects you love to read about, and let the book generator find a list of books that you will enjoy. Click on each book for a short description or print your list to take with you to the library or bookstore. With this book generator, you will have lots of ideas for books to read this summer, each chosen especially for you.

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