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Children's Books at Cubberley Library

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Anno, M.
Ages 5-8
Anno, M., & Anno M.
Barnard, B.
Lexile measure 1210; Book level 8.8, Ages 8 and up
Cashore, K.
Lexile measure 790; High-Low; Ages 14 and up
Wein, E.
Lexile measure 1020, Ages 13 and up
Kent, T.
Ages 6-10
Barnett, M., & ill Klassen, J.
Lexile measure 620; Ages 4-8
Westerfeld, S., & Thompson K.
Lexile measure 810, Book level 5.4
Cummins, J.
Ages 16 to adult
Fisher, C.
Lexile measure 600; Ages 12 and up
Prinz, Y.
Ages 13 and up
Mass, W.
Lexile measure 650; Book level 4.1; Ages 9-12
Doyle, R.
Ages 11-15
Zimmerman, D. J., & my heart at Brown D. A. B. W. K.
Lexile measure 1140; Ages 11-15
Fromental, J. - L., & Jolivet J.
Book level 3.1; Ages 5-10
Bernhard, D.
Lexile measure 240; Ages 3-6
Van Allsburg, C.
Lexile measure 1060; Book level 5.7; Ages 6-10
Padmanabhan, M.
Lexile measure 950; Ages 5-8
Stabiner, K.
Ages 18 and up
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Elementary

Burleigh, R., & ill Wimmer, Mike
Lexile: 280; Ages 5-10; Grade level 1.5; Biography, Read-Aloud book
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McKissack, P., & ill James, Gordon C.
Lexile measure 570, Ages 8-11; Book level 3.6; Realistic fiction
McCarty, P.
Lexile measure 180; ages 3-5; book level 1.2; general fiction
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Willems, M.
Lexile measure 360; Book level 2.5; Ages 4-8
Myers, C., book designer Lenhart, Yvette, publisher Egmont(Firm), & printer R.R. Donnelley and Sons Company
Ages 5-10
Urban, L.
Ages 9-12
Howe, J., & Gay M. - L.
Portion of title: Quiet time; ages 5-8
Gaggiotti, L.
Lexile measure 870; Book level 4.6; Ages 5-9
Browne, A.
Ages 1-4
Shulevitz, U.
Lexile measure 660; ages 6-12; book level 4.4; fantasy
Manushkin, F., & ill Berry, Holly
ages 9-12
Jenkins, S., & Page R.
Lexile measure 1060; ages 4-12; book level 6.3
Hills, T.
Book level 2.9; Ages 3-8
Bower, T.
Lexile measure 710; Ages 6-11; Grade level 3.9; Historical fiction
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Ernst, L. C.
Ages 3-6
Jenkins, S., & Page R.
Lexile measure 950; Book level 5.2; Ages 6-9
Graham, B.
ages 3-7
O'Connor, B.
ages 8-12; book level 4; realistic fiction
Cherry, L., & Braasch G.
Lexile measure 1170; ages 10-14; book level 8.4
Woodson, J.
Lexile measure 640; Ages 11-15; Grade level 5.4; Fiction
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Middle School

Smith, H. A., & ill Lewis, Earl B.
ages 12-up; book level 3.6
Frost, H.
Michael L. Printz Award; ages 11-18; book level 4.4; general fiction
Leavitt, M.
Lexile measure 810; ages 12-up; book level 5.3; fables, folk tales and myths
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Browne, A., Wallace E., Cooper M. C., & Segovia F.
Kadohata, C.
Lexile measurement 740; Ages 10-15; Grade level 5.8; Realistic fiction
Myracle, L.
Lexile measure 710; Book level 4.1: ages 13 and up
Almond, D.
Michael L. Printz Award; Lexile Measure 470; ages 11-15; book level 3.7; general fiction
Kimmel, E. C.
ages 10-15; book level 9.1; autobiography and biography
Freedman, R.
Lexile measure 1160; Ages 10-16; Book level 8.4; Biography
Nuzum, K. A.
Lexile measure 960; ages 8-14; book level 5.4
Banks, K.
Lexile Measure 470, Ages 8-14, Book level 3.6, General Fiction
Krull, K., & Kulikov B.
Lexile measure 1010; Ages 9-14; Grade level 6.2; Biography
Fritz, J., & ill Talbott, Hudson
Lexile measure 660; Book level 4.6; Ages 5-12; Biography and Autobiography
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Byrd, R., & da Leonardo V.
Lexile measure 1120; Ages 10-14; Grade level 5.9; Nonfiction
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Taylor, M. D.
Lexile 850; Ages 13-18; Grade level 7.3; historical fiction
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Raven, M. T., & ill Ellison, Chris
Lexile measure 1100; Ages 6-12; Grade level 7.9; General nonfiction
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Westerfeld, S., & Thompson K.
Lexile measure 790; Ages 12- up; science fiction and fantasy
Stead, R.
Lexile measure 670; Ages 9-12
Oliver, L., & ill Acedera, Kei
Pfeffer, S. B.
Lexile measure 770; ages 12-up; book level 4.7; science fiction and fantasy; diaries and journals
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High School

Myers, W. D.
Lexile measure 750; book level 5.1; general fiction
Urrea, L. A., & Cardinale C.
Book Level 4.4; Ages 14-up
Voorhoeve, A. C., & Reichel T.
Lexile measure 900; Ages 12 and up
Freymann-Weyr, G.
Lexile measure 700; Ages 15-18; grade level 5.6; General Fiction
Kluger, S.
Lexile measure 1030; ages 12-up; book level 6.1
Edwardson, D. D.
Ages 10-15
Foundation, N. M., & (Firm) U. W.
Ages 10-up
McCormick, P.
Lexile measure 710; Ages 13 and up; Historical fiction
Kuklin, S.
"Until recently, only eight countries in the world still sentenced people younger than...
Day, K.
Lexile measure 570; ages 11-16; book level 3.4
Nelson, V. M., & Christie G. R.
Ages 12-18; fictionalized biography
Teller, J., & Aitken M.
Lexile measure 1000; Ages 12 and up; Realistic fiction
Williams, M.
Ages 12-15
Haydu, C. A.
Ages 14 and up
Newman, L.
Ages 13 and up
Schmidt, G. D.
Lexile measure 850; Book level 4.9; Ages 10-14
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Ferris, J.
Lexile measure 840; Ages 6-15; Grade level 6.2; Fiction
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Harstad, J., & Chace T.
Ages 14 and up
Clarke, J.
ages 13-up; book level 5.4
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Awards

Cubberley Library collects many award-winning books for children and young adults, including most of the winners of the following awards:

The Pura Belpré Award

The Pura Belpré Award, established in 1996, is presented annually to a Latino/Latina writer and illustrator whose work best portrays, affirms, and celebrates the Latino cultural experience in an outstanding work of literature for children and youth.

The Randolph Caldecott Medal

The Caldecott Medal was named in honor of nineteenth-century English illustrator Randolph Caldecott. It is awarded annually by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association, to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children.

Coretta Scott King Book Awards

The John Newbery Medal

The Newbery Medal was named for eighteenth-century British bookseller John Newbery. It is awarded annually by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association, to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children.

The Michael L. Printz Award for Excellence in Young Adult Literature

The Michael L. Printz Award is an award for a book that exemplifies literary excellence in young adult literature.

Special Collections

Mary L. Schofield Collection of Children's Literature

In 1981, Stanford Libraries acquired over 10,000 books collected over a forty-year period by Mary Schofield, who spent her career as a librarian at Hoover Library. The collection consists of illustrated children's tales, stories for young adults, and works of reference relating to her collecting areas, with a focus on works published since the late eighteenth century.

The Richard L. Venezky Collection of Books for Literacy Instruction

The Venezky Collection contains primers and readers published between the end of the eighteenth century through the early decades of the twentieth century. Many titles are present in nearly every edition issued. In addition, there are early pamphlets, chapbooks, primers, almanacs, dictionaries, children's stories, plus works on penmanship, spelling, and phonetics.

Selections from the Curriculum Library's Historical Collection at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

"This digital collection consists of over 30 full-text, digitized children's books. The books were selected using the following criteria: publication date, rarity, uniqueness, size, and location of publication. All of the items in the digital collection were published before 1923, and are in the public domain. The oldest book in the digital collection, Dolly's ABC was published in 1854. Many of the items in the digital collection are quite rare, with only a few other holdings available."