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Guys Lit Wire
This guys-centered blog reviews fiction, non-fiction, and graphic novels. The books recommended range from soon-to-be-published to cool classics. Their motto: “Helping you find the reading material YOU want.”
This girl-centered site features a different author each month, with interviews, book discussion questions, author-picked playlists, and even “Party It Up” ideas for DIY projects and activities related to the month’s books.
Reviews, book trailers, author interviews, and lots of contests to win awesome free things (like signed books), check out this site keep get up-to-date with the latest and greatest teen fiction or graphic novels, or visit their archives for reviews of the best books you may have missed.
60 Second Recap
Classic literature has never been so fun! Watch hilarious and surprisingly useful 60 second videos covering plot, characters, themes of featured books—mostly “classics” but also some recent teen fiction. Plus you’ll find videos explaining literary terms and even a series about how to “Write a Paper that Won’t Put Your Teacher to Sleep.”
Free audio-books of classic literature from the public domain, easily to download or subscribe by podcast. You can even volunteer to be a reader yourself!
Videos of authors reading and discussing their books, fully-readable scans of first editions of classics, the Center for the Book’s new website is an searchable directory of essential literary items such as books, authors, and book-related articles and events. Also a useful resource for links to essay contests for young adults.