Teens – Vote Now for Teen Read Week’s Top 10 Books
Teens- Top Ten Voting is Now Open
Homeschoolers – voting is now open for the 2017 Teens’ Top Ten! Vote for up to three of your favorite teen reads from last year. This is sponsored by YALSA, the Young Adult Library Services Association and hosted by the Dogo Books website.
Book loving teens from everywhere have chosen 26 nominees for the top ten Young Adult novels of last year and now you can be a part of choosing this years favorite reads!
Teens’ Top Ten is a “teen choice” list, where teens nominate and then vote their favorite books of the previous year.
Voting is open now through October 14, 2017 and the top ten titles will be announced during the week of October 18, 2017, so check at their website to see if your favorites made the list!
There are 26 nominees: 2017 Teens Top Ten List
- The Art of Being Normal
- P.S. I Like You
- The Sun is Also a Star
- Love & Gelato
- If I Was Your Girl
- This is Where it Ends
- All We Have Left
- Burning Midnight
- The Year We Fell Apart
- The Diabolic
- Rebel of the Sands
- Genius: The Game
- Girl in Pieces
- We will Not Be Silent: The White Rose
- The Great American Whatever
- Don’t Get Caught
- Lady Midnight
- Once Upon a Dream: A Twisted Tale
- Tell Me Three Things
- The Killing Jar
Teens: sign in at the website and then vote for up to three of your favorite titles from these 26 nominees.
Voting is open now through October 14th. Winners will be announced the week after Teen Read Week.
Teen Read Week 2017 is October 8-14.
Parents: this is a wonderful online resource! Visit the Dogo Books website and check out loads of book & movie reviews by kids for kids, listed by grade levels and subject. They have reviews for both fiction & non-fiction books and your kids can post their reviews & opinions there as well! They do need to have an account, but I guarantee they will like posting there than just doing a regular book report!
Kids can sign up for online book clubs and even sign up to be early reviewers as well. Go HERE to check out more book & movie reviews or to let your homeschooled student sign up to be a Penguin Rookie Reviewer!
My wife and I have the problem of finding books that aren’t filled with a lot of sex/language/etc so I created a site that allows users to add books and then reviews based on content (sex/violence/language). It is a huge help for anyone who is looking for books that are appropriate for teens all the way to adults (whereas DOGO is more focused on kids). It’s https://thatreviewsite.herokuapp.com. Look it up and add some books and tell a friend!
Thanks for the link Tyler!