Three search prefixes are supported to make searching more precise and efficient.
The level prefix will search whatever level is shown in the level menu at the time of the search; Guided Reading Level, Lexile Level or AR Level.
To search reading levels, use the prefix "level:".
- For Guided Reading Level, a search for example for "level:G" would show all titles in your library at Guided Reading Level "G".
- For Accelerated Reading Level, a search for "level:2.3" would show all titles in your library at Accelerated Reading Level "2.3"
- For Lexile Level, a search for "level:720", would show all titles in your library with Lexile measure of 720, including measures with Lexile codes AD, NC, HL, IG, GN, BR, and NP
To search for titles on Interest Level, use the prefix "interest-level:". You can search for a single level or a range of levels. For example, a search for "interest-level:K-3", would show titles with interest levels like P-2 and 1-4. For a single Interest Level value, use the prefix "interest-level:3."
To search for Spanish Language titles, use the term "language:spanish". Alternatively, search for "language:english" for English Language titles.
Please note the library search is NOT case sensitive.
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