Unfortunately, CIDER doesn't offer a search by language. However, including the language as part of the search is helpful. For example, a search for superheroes Spanish returned 8 results and a search for Harry Potter Spanish returned 14 results.
Interlibrary loan offers many popular books in languages other than English. The best approach to finding reading materials for ELL students is to first think in terms of what book titles would you suggest for a similar English speaking student. There is a good chance that many of the titles are available from another library in the desired language.
To request titles email Linda Pendorf (email@example.com). Include the book title, ISBN if possible, and the desired language.
Many eBook and Audiobook titles in SORA/Overdrive are available in languages other than English. These can be found by logging in to your Overdrive Marketplace. For specific LOTE audiobook requests email Cathi Brewer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
News-o-matic is available for grades K-8 to all MOBOCES component districts. Daily news articles are available in several languages, including Spanish, French, Arabic, and Mandarin. They also offer a read-aloud feature recorded by a native speaker. Visit our News-o-matic help page to find out more and how you can access from your district.
Both Worldbook and Britannica offer Spanish versions. These are available to all MOBOCES Component Districts.
The Gale Databases are translatable into 43 different languages.
After opening an article simply click on the Translate Article drop down list on the right side of the screen and choose your desired language.
Unite for Literacy is perfect for use with ESL/ELL students for reading and hearing books in both English and their native language. Share a link to the site on your website or newsletter for use at home. World language teachers can use this site to have students listen to books in the language they are learning.