Twitter – Learning Log 1 for Module 3

So my goal for this Learning Log is to find some great websites dealing with YA Literature.  The first one I found is: http://www.yabookscentral.com/

The second site I liked was: http://novelnovice.com/2011/01/03/most-anticipated-young-adult-books-of-2011/

The third site was: http://www.npr.org/2011/06/30/137456199/hooray-for-ya-teen-novels-for-readers-of-all-ages

The fourth site was:  http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/yalsa/booklistsawards/bestficya/bfya2011.cfm

The fifth site was:  http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2011/06/05/should-book-covers-shield-young-adult-readers-from-the-world/

The sixth site was: http://www.yareads.com/

The seventh site was: http://www.alan-ya.org/

The eighth site was: http://www.ropl.org/index.php/readers-corner/staff-reviews/242-staff-reviews/402-dystopia-for-teens-and-adults

Ninth site was: http://www.bartsbookshelf.co.uk/2010/08/16/review-say-the-word-by-jeannine-garsee/

Tenth site was: http://www.bookreview.com/$spindb.query.listeditauth2.booknew

All of these sites have something to offer young adult readers.  While it is not an all inclusive list it will assist in broadening ya readers horizons by showing them legitimate websites with solid information about literature.  This list is also my Diigo list and comes full circle in my quest to have my students create some sort of technologically savvy book/author talk/review.

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