LOOKING FOR THE NEXT GOOD READ
There are so many books, it seems like it should be easy to find the next one. But sometimes it's not. What to do?
The first thing to do is just ask a friend. Chances are good that you'll be at least mildly interested in the books that your friends like. If that doesn't work, check out these sites for recommends.
But during a reading dry spell, some of your best friends could turn out to be reading sites that recommend books. What kind of books? All kinds.
Books for girls, books for boys ... illustrated novels... new books, old books and more.
Just click ahead and see for yourself.
While most book lists are generated by adults, this one, the Teens Top Ten, is actually voted on by teen readers. And that's not all. You can vote, too! Just click the link.
Girls, here's an online book club that lets you freely express yourselves and share your love of books. Book Divas welcomes members from all over the world and has featured some of the biggest names in publishing for our signature Author Visits: Meg Cabot, Christoper Paolini, E. Lockhart, Anne Brashares, John Green, Melissa Marr, and many other fanstastic authors.
Though we started as a forum, Book Divas now features book reviews, author interviews, tips from the industry, book videos & trailers, and of course contests. Our book reviews are powered by our extensive network of national and international reviewers.
Graphic novels got you? Picture this: a site just for you.
It's all about teen reading here. Instead of having to dig through all the books in the world, simply sample books that readers like you recommend to friends. Movie-type reviews make it easy and interesting to select a book you're likely to read to the end. Special blogs and interviews let you get up close and personal with authors of the books you read.
Out of the ordinary teen book lists!