The Accelerated Reader book reading levels represent the difficulty of the text in a book and are equal to grade levels from one to 11. Additionally, the decimal numerals of an AR reading level pinpoint the number of mon... More »

Renaissance Learning offers a list of Accelerated Reader, or AR, books at ARBookFind.com. Parents and students can use this tool to search for AR books by author, title or topic. More »

To search for Accelerated Reader books online, visit the search engine provided at arbookfinder.com. Accelerated Reader BookFinder is an easy-to-use online tool that provides access to over 170,000 compatible book titles... More »

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The Accelerated Reader test evaluates language use, foundational skills, literature reading skills and informational text reading. Based on the test results, the software suggests titles of books that students at that le... More »

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System 44 is a reading program by Scholastic that is intended for older grade school students who are having serious difficulty with reading. Scholastic calls it an intensive intervention program. More »

www.reference.com Education K-12 K-12 Curriculum

Reading levels vary between publishers of children's books, with Scholastic using an alphabetical progression of guided reading levels from A to Z, correlated with school grade progressions from kindergarten to grade six... More »

www.reference.com Education K-12 K-12 Curriculum

To find a book in the Accelerated Reader program, visit AR BookFinder, and use their search options to generate a book list based on specific criteria, suggests Renaissance Learning. For more book suggestions, check with... More »