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Helping readers find books and articles at an appropriate level of difficulty. The measures determine how well that reader will likely comprehend a text. You also can use the measures to monitor a reader's growth in reading ability over time.
Developed by the Bureau of Services for Blind Persons for audiobook narrators to correctly pronounce the names of Michigan’s many unique cities and places.
Volunteer-driven, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting reading and literacy. Search for book reviews by age group, special needs groups, and alphabetically by title. You'll find reviews on the classics and popular literature, but the emphasis is on the less publicized or hyped. Books on adoption and foreign language are a particular focus for this organization.
Michigan Deptartment of Education list of links to resources in Michigan and around the country.
Compiled by the New York Public Library's Adult Learning Center. Sites focus on listening, vocabulary, grammar, and activities.