a link to the accelerated reader website

  • Click the Accelerated ReaderBookFinder link to start searching over 100,000 Accelerated Reader book titles. 
  • Type in the title of a book, topic, or author and click "go." You can view book levels and points.

Helpful Tips

  • Click on the "Advanced Search" tab in the AR BookFinder to narrow your search. Search by subject by using the "Additional Criteria" field on the AR BookFinder form.
  • Contact your school to verify it offers a quiz for the book you have selected. 

Terms you need to know when searching:

Interest Level (IL) - Interest level is based on a book's content including theme, characterization, and plot. The content is grouped by appropriateness into these categories: LG = Lower Grades (K-3); MG = Middle Grades (4-8); MG+ = Upper Middle Grades (6 and up); and UG = Upper Grades (9-12)

ATOS Book Levels (BL) - Book level represents the difficulty of the text. For example, a book level of 4.5 means the text could likely be read independently by a student whose reading skills are at the level of a typical fourth grader during the fifth month of school. Of course the content may or may not be appropriate for a fourth grader which is why Interest Levels should also be used.

AR Points (AR pts) - Every book that has an AR Reading Practice Quiz is given a point value. AR Points are computed based on the difficulty of the book (ATOS readability level) and the length of the book (number of words). AR Points are a way of measuring how much reading practice your child is getting.

For more information, please read the  "Parent's Guide to Accelerated Reader" online document.