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This is a link to the official Teen Read Week website. Powered by Ning, this site offers lots of interactivity. Teachers and students can post about their plans for October 13-19, 2013.
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This link takes you to the free app where teens can find books to read. Book clubs also nominate and vote on top books for teens.
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The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
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Project Gutenberg

by Kathleen Duhl

A collection of ebooks from Project Gutenberg. Titles include: Romeo and Juliet The Prince The Republic Walden War and Peace Pride and Prejudice The Return of the Native Vanity Fair Robinson Crusoe
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Book Report Menu

by Robert Lucas

An alternative to summary-only book report formats. Students make a menu, with different types of information and reaction in each section (appetizers, desserts, etc.) according to these instructions.
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Shmoop Literature Collection

by Shmoop Study Guides

Study guides for works of literature, drama and poetry.
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Short Story Unit

by Andrea Chen

A collection of reading guides (Road Maps) for a variety of short stories with vocabulary, vocabulary activities, assessments, activities, and analytical questions. Short stories covered include: "First Day" by Edward P. Jones "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson "Two Kinds" by Amy Tan "There Was an Old Woman Who Had So Many Children" from House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros
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These books reviewed by StorySnoops.com are excellent choices for high schoolers (grades 9-12) looking for outside reading books. Something a bit lighter or more enticing for a reluctant reader–in other words, something to make it easy to fill up that nightly reading log!
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These books reviewed by StorySnoops.com are excellent choices for middle schoolers (grades 6-8) looking for outside reading books. Something a bit lighter or more enticing for a reluctant reader–in other words, something to make it easy to fill up that nightly reading log!
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Collection of resources for implementing book report projects in the language arts classroom.
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