Awesome Library organizes the Web with 37,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.
I decided to look at what this site had to offer. At the top of the homepage, there are 24 categories of resources that can be found. There are also areas of interest for teachers, students, teens, parents, librarians, and colleges. Under that category collection box, there is a list of linked hot topics. If you are not sure which category to look in, there is also a search box.
I decided to click on authors in the category box. The results showed up divided into books, lists, searches, and other terms to also try. I clicked on Free Online Books - Elementary School Level (Awesome Library) (the description again caught my attention: Provides an alphabetic list of classics available online, by author)
That click led me to a list of available books, lesson plans, resource lists, materials, multimedia, papers, periodicals, projects, and purchase resources.
I am a big fan of the teacher reviewed resources available from netTrekker, but this is another great place to find lists of reviewed resources in case you are in need.