Accelerated Reader Books Question and Answer. . .

Image Accelerated Reader is a popular reading management program that many schools use to help students read. Students take a brief fifteen-minute exam to discover what reading level they are comfortable with. After the reading exam a student will choose a book that reflects their reading level. Once the student has finished reading the book they take a brief multiple-choice quiz (10 to 20 questions) on the book. If the student passes the quiz, they get a certain number of points for the book they have read (points are earned according to difficulty and length of the book read). Usually a teacher will determine how many points a student must earn over the course of a term. The more a student reads, the more points they earn!

The Yale Library has many Accelerated Reader books. In fact, right now we have over 2000 titles to choose from in both the fiction and non-fiction sections. Books are marked with a sticker on the spine (levels 1-12).

Books may be chosen and read from the public library, our library or from your home.  To see what books are on the Accelerated Reader program, as well as a point listing for each book and please visit this site (CLICK HERE)

If you are interested in learning more about Accelerated Reader come see me. If you have a question about Accelerated Reader you may e-mail me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To get more details on AR novels in the lists above (i.e., genre, book summary) or to search our catalogue for other books and resources please view our online public access catalogue (link at the top of the page in the menu bar).