The ability to add only 18 side bar links is limiting. Here is a wiki specifically for collaboration on fiction titles that reinforce curriculum:

Also for the Florida participants: collaborate on Sunshine State Books 2008-2009:

Library Media Resources for Middle School and High School with special interest in virtual libraries, podcasting, & broadcasting:

Educational Hotlinks for Middle School People
More than 600 hand-selected links, briefly described, organized into 19 categories.
Compiled by the NJ Consortium for Middle Schools at Kean Univ. of NJ
(If you have difficulty accessing this link from work, please try from home)

Bibliography Forms used in research classes and Summer Book Checkout Contract
CJHS Media Center

Nonfiction Text Structure
Michael Stencil, Sr. has an excellent article "Identifying Nonfiction Text Structure" in the March, 2011 issue of School Library Monthly.
Stencil, M. (2011, March). Identifying Nonfiction Text Structure. School Library Monthly, 27(6), 13-15.
To get a copy of the article in .pdf format, see: Identifying Nonfiction Text Structure
This .pdf does include the complete article, so please replace the original article .pdf with this complete one.

Because I know that some of you would like to use this lesson in your libraries I have taken the "Added Material" that should have appeared as page 15
in the article .pdf, and reformatted it from HTML. See the forms referred to in the article at Stencil-Identifying Nonfiction Text Structure-Added-Material-p. 15