We continue to add to this list as new and useful sites come to our attention. Feel free to share any you think would make good additions. In the meantime, enjoy…
The American Library Association, in conjunction with the Young Adult Library Services Association, has come up with the 2014 Best of the Best YA Fiction book lists! Also included are shorter Top 10 lists for fiction, audiobooks, graphic novels, and more!
- 2015 Rhode Island Teen Book Award Nominees (Read at least 3! Then vote for your favorite in January of 2015)
- 2014 Best of the Best (ALA)
- 2013 Best of the Best (ALA)
- National Award Winners
- Rhode Island Teen Book Award Winners
ArtBomb.Net is a graphic novel explosion.
Have you read a book and want to know if it’s ever been made into a movie? Check out this book and movie database.
Reading Rants! is full of out of the ordinary teen book reviews.
Readergirlz is an online book community connecting teens with books and books with community services projects. Author chats are available as is an author-in-residence program for aspiring writers. Visit their website or blog.
Guys Lit Wire is dedicated to helping guys find the reading material they want.
Visit the teens section on Amazon and read book reviews; you may even decide to write one yourself!
Teen Ink is full of book reviews written by teens like yourself.
Here’s a site with book reviews by readers instead of professionals. Reviews include a brief summary of the book, and 3 sections: “Why I picked it up”, “Why I finished it” and “I’d give it to…”
What Should I Read Next? Is a book recommending website that is pure fun. Type in the title of the latest book you read and loved, and up pops a list of similar books. If you’re into making lists, this site’s addictive.
Whichbook is a site that picks books based on your current mood. Are you optimistic or pessimistic right now? Want loads of sex in your next steamy read, or very little, or none? Move the scale, click “GO” and Whichbook comes up with ideas!