What Do I Read Next?

The Constitution of the United States of America (Transcript from the National Archives)
Over 1.3 million Americans have paid the ultimate price in support and defense of this document.  As citizens, teachers and students of the United States we give our word to support and defend this document as the foundation of our government and way of life.  All of us need to constantly return and read this vital illustration of how we structure, organize and balance our society.

Top Thirty Authors at Garfield High School: Based on circulation statistics and SRA tests taken during the school year.

The Book Seer ( Apt Labs)  This is a web application built for recommending books.  It takes the last book you read and searches other sites; Amazon, Library Thing and Book Army.  It then creates a suggested reading list for you.

Outstanding Books for the College Bound (Young Adult Library Services Association - American Library Association)

101 Great Books Recommended for the College-Bound Readers:  An extensive list put together by "CollegeBoard."

Teenreads.com: Find book reviews, author interviews, newsletter, books into movies, and other special features.  Make sure to visit The Ultimate Reading List, a list composed of almost 400 titles that were compiled from Teenreads.com readers and staff members who recommended their favorite selections.

Flamingnet: Young adult books reviewed by young adult reviewers.

Oprah's Book Club

Teen Web: Booklists by Genre (Los Angeles Public Library)