What Should I Read Next?: Did you just finish a great book and want to read another one like it? This is the site for you. Just type in the title or author and their book engine will provide a list of suggestions of great books to read next.
College-Bound Reading List: Look here for the College Board's 101 top recommended books for college-bound readers. Have adventures in Treasure Island, fall in love along with Romeo and Juliet, or (Ms. Vogel's personal favorite) overthrow the French government in A Tale of Two Cities. These books are classics for a reason: they'll suck you in and show you the world in a whole new way.
Overdrive: Download ebooks with your SPPL library card to read on your computer, tablet, phone, or ereader. Check them out like any other book, but don't wait to read them -- ebooks automatically return to the library after 2 weeks.
TumbleBook Cloud: An online collection of ebooks, read-alongs, graphic novels, audio books, and educational videos for middle and high school students. TumbleBook Cloud will even highlight the text and narrate as you read alon
Teen Ink: News, books reviews, poetry and short stories, videos, personal essays, research sources, college and scholarships guides, art-- you name it, Teen Ink has it! Talk with other teens on their lively forums, and submit your own writing and art for publication!
Gunnerkrigg Court: Antimony Carver just started at her new boarding school, Gunnerkrigg Court and quickly discovers it's full of weird technology and robots and next to a forest of strange, magical creatures. New pages on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays