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Web fiction is written work of literature available primarily or solely on the Internet.A common type of web fiction is the webserial. The term comes from old serial stories that were once published regularly in newspapers and magazines. They are also sometimes referred to as "webcomics without pictures", [citation needed] although many do use images as illustrations to supplement the text. Web-Traveller's Toolkit: Essential Kid Lit Websites. Discussion Boards Readers Helping Readers Conference Bulletin Board. Quick Reference Children's Book Awards The Year's Best Books Children's Bestsellers The Doucette Index: Teaching Ideas for Children's Books. More Links. Literature-Map The Tourist Map of Literature? part of gnod, the global network of discovery Find an author on the map: latest searches: Tom Clancy Paulette Jiles Haruki Murakami Donald Westlake Charlaine Harris Lindsay Buroker Sue Grafton Katherine Center John Steinbeck Sherry Thomas.


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Web-Traveller's Toolkit: Essential Kid Lit Websites. Discussion Boards Readers Helping Readers Conference Bulletin Board. Quick Reference Children's Book Awards The Year's Best Books Children's Bestsellers The Doucette Index: Teaching Ideas for Children's Books. More Links. The Literature Web is a model designed to guide interpretation of a literature selection by encouraging a reader to connect personal response with particular elements of the text. The web may be completed independently and/or as a tool for discussion. Literature Web Center for Gifted Education, College of William and Mary READING Feelings Structure Images/Symbols Key Words Ideas What were some words and phrases that were especially interesting or important? What words were new to you? What feelings did you have while reading this selection? What feelings did the characters have? How were.