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ALA: Outstanding Books for the College Bound and Lifelong Learners

The American Library Association provides this list of books for those who are thinking of going on to college, or just love the challenge of a good read.
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The Young Adult Library Services Association has designated this week as Teen Read Week. In support of that worthy endeavor, the American Library Association provides this list of books for those who are thinking of going on to college, or just love the challenge of a good read. The list is divided into content areas such as the Arts and Humanities, History and Cultures, Literature and Language Arts, Science and Technology, and Social Sciences.

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