The thing about opinions is that they are, well, opinions. It is nigh impossible to find a suggested reading list that everyone will completely agree with in every way. But, in an attempt to give a place to start, here are some suggested sources for reading lists. Please take them as they are intended and chose for yourself using your own discretion and personal preferences and standards.
Books in our library have this disclaimer posted in them and it is a good reminder for this list too.
“The fact that this book [or in this case, source list, or any books listed on it] is being used as a reference at [our school] does not mean that the content in its entirety is accepted as fact or that the philosophies or ideologies are approved. God’s Holy Word, the Bible, is our source of truth and our standard for acceptable content and philosophies. When incorrect and questionable statements are found in [these resources or books listed on them] our teaching makes clear our position as Bible-believing Christians.”
Books that include suggested reading lists by age-
Best Books (Grades K5–12) by Donnalynn Hess Publisher: BJU Press, 1994 ISBN: 978-0-89084-729-9
Honey for a Child's Heart by Gladys Hunt Publisher: Zondervan; 4 edition (May 1, 2002) ISBN-13: 978-0310242468
Books you can trust published by BJUPress – listed by age – find age and then click on “click for full list”
Websites that include reading lists by age-
Reading lists by grade-
Sonlight curriculum – scroll over “Homeschool Curriculum” then chose grade of interest – scroll down and click on “view all 74 items included” to see the list associated with the grade http://www.sonlight.com/
Classical Christian Education Support Loop Reading List – scroll down to either “1000 Good Books” or “100 Great Books”
Articles that include suggested reading ideas:
Additional Reading Lists/Book Reviews/Catalog/Book Resources
http://www.thrivingfamily.com/Family/Media/book-reviews/m/~/link.aspx?_id=54E7EF92A60B45B6A1BF19A668B3E2FC&_z=z (secular source)