You now have an edited version of my presentation here and on Slideshare.
Below, you have links to some of the tools I'll be mentioning and let me add this: class readers (unabridged versions as well as graded readers) and technology are unquestionably among the most successful things that I've done in language classrooms in the last 30 plus years.
Technology (nowadays) is obviously going to be successful (though you want to make sure it's the learners, not you using it; and that it's being used in ways that will actually lead to language practice and learning).
On the other hand, no one reads nowadays, do they? And your young learners probably say they "hate" reading, don't they? But I think that if you can get them to talk about what they're reading, and get them to respond creatively to it, and if you harness what they're reading to some of the possibilities the web offers us today, then books can still be successful in the 21st century.
Web 2.0 tools
I've deliberately choose tools which you may already have heard of, and hope to show you how they could be used with graded readers. The ones I'm going to be mentioning include the following: