Reading Rants

A middle school librarian reviews books by the best of the best authors of young-adult novels in this excellent resource for readers.
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A middle school librarian reviews books by the best of the best authors of young-adult novels in this excellent resource for readers.

A middle school librarian reviews books by the best of the best authors of young-adult novels in this excellent resource for readers. There are also booklists for all sorts of interests, top ten lists going back to 2002, and a list of book review websites. In addition to reading reviews, teens may comment on reviews and post their own.

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