Multimedia time line site puts kids on the map.
Poetry exploration site is a bit limited but a nice start.
Curate collections, history with nifty archive tool.
Vast online library is a wealth of searchable info.
Quirky stories bring history to life.
Cool history project empowers teens to connect and share.
Fun, games, and guidance for kids' first book club.
Impressive array of learning-based games and activities.
Multimedia presentation makes art history come to life.
Good site for teens to watch and discuss fave Nick shows.
Semi-social site helps users collect images for inspiration.
Engaging virtual world brings Harry Potter to life.
Dig into the fun history, but ignore strange ads.
Great graphics, many activities on content-loaded film site.
Find games, videos, info on official Potter books site.
Strong privacy measures make this closed social network an ideal alternative to Facebook.
Safe forums for vamp series attract passionate readers.
Harmless fan site whets appetite for Twilight sequel.
This site lets amateurs write and share their own takes on the popular vampire stories.
Potter-world encyclopedia is one of the best.
Useful education tool, but games won't wow kids.
Some scary clips on studio's fan-focused film promo site.
A one-stop Harry Potter bonanza.
Created by the author herself, this is where Harry Potter fans go to catch up on the world of wizarding.
Enchanted by the movies? Your quest ends here.