Wondering what to read next? Follow these links to get some ideas.
NPR (National Public Radio) collected 75,220 people's voted on their favorite young adult novels. Check out the list by clicking on the image above.
NPR (National Public Radio) also collected over 2,000 votes for favorite books for kids ages 9-14. Check out the list by clicking on the image above.
Story Snoops is a literary community offering balanced, informative book reviews from a parent's perspective. And it's searchable by topic, age-range, etc.
YA (and Kids!) Books Central is an interactive book community where you can post a review of a recent book you read, add a book to our database that isn't there, join (or start!) a book club or discussion group, upload an avatar, send some friend requests, enter our giveaways, browse book listings, check out some community videos.
This website allows students to look up the names of each title in a series or the sequel to a book. Books included are children's and young adult titles. Inclusion in this listing does not necessarily mean that each title is included in the Apollo library collection. Courtesy of the Mid-Continent Public Library in Missouri.
This website is similar to "Series and Sequels", but includes all reading levels. Inclusion in this listing does not necessarily mean that each title is included in the Apollo library collection. Courtesy of the Kent District Library, Comstock Park, Michigan.
Enter a book you like and the site will analyse their huge database of real readers' favorite books to provide book recommendations and suggestions for what to read next.
Epic Reads lets you browse books for young adults and click on a cover to get reviews, comments and user media about the best teen books out right now. Looking for a specific title? Use the search box to jump directly to the book or series you’re interested in.
Retellings are books that are modern versions of books that have been written before. Things like Shakespeare and fairy tales are often subjects of retellings. Click the link above for tons of retelling ideas.
You read the whole Hunger Games series... now what should you read? The awesome librarians at the Lawrence Public Library in Lawrence, Kansas put together this great flow chart to help you figure out what to read once you've finished The Hunger Games series. A lot of these books are available in the Apollo library. Make sure you're choosing those that are appropriate for your reading and interest level.
This website, created and maintained by librarians nationwide, lists other books that you might like to read if you like a particular book or author. Inclusion in this listing does not necessarily mean that each title is included in the Apollo library collection. Courtesy of a librarian collaborative project, All Together Now (ATN Reading Lists).