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Check out what others are reading, including some of your favorite authors, as well as review your reads, and share interests.
Stay up to date on what is trending in YA lit via book news, author interviews, trailers and contests for cool free stuff.
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This guy-centric blog features suggestions and reviews of fiction, non fiction, and graphic novels. And while its mission is to make books for guys more accessible, there are some great ideas for everyone.
This girl-centric site features an author a month, interviews, reviews, and ideas to celebrate your literary style.
Welcome to Suvudu, your mother ship for Fantasy, Science-Fiction, Comics, and Gaming news, interviews, excerpts, guest posts, contests, video and more.
What to read next? Find read alikes for bestsellers, fiction and nonfiction titles, as well as childrens titles.
Lit2Go is a free online collection of stories and poems in Mp3 (audiobook) format. An abstract, citation, playing time, and word count are given for each of the passages.
Free public domain audiobooks. Yes, that means they are likely to be classics.
Reviews, author info, and some other general study hints in 60 second videos and links.
Explore the world of the book with the Library of Congress through classic online books, author interviews, webcasts, and book lists
Explore the world of graphic novels with this information packed website.
Voice of Youth Advocates library journal with great reviews, ideas, and contests.
A group of booklists for teens out there who need a good read, but are wondering if there’s life after Judy Blume and Brian Jacques.
Did you just need a little refresher before you read the next book in a series? This might be the site for you.