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HELP! I need a good book - what do I read?

See what your classmates have read!
 Try these websites for some ideas! If you find something you want, check our OPAC to see if we own it.

Reading Rants! - out of the ordinary teen booklists.

TeenReads - see what other teens are reading and what they are saying about those books.
Monster Librarian - if the horror genre is what you are looking for, this is the place!

Book reviews!
See what your classmates are reading and thinking about!
Find more reviews from other years here.

Yellow Flag: by Robert Lipsyte
This high octane book follows the life and career of a young NASCAR driver trying to get out of his shadow. As a fan, I will warn you this book presents many stereotypes of NASCAR fans that may offend you. You've been warned!. Reviewed by Dominick Berdecion

Chocomimi: by Sonada Konami
Choco and her best friend Mimi with their other friends in eighth grade have lots of fun together. Choco is series and reliable, while Mimi is spoiled rotten. Reviewed by Nevaeh Storms

Son of Neptune: by Rick Riordian
This book is full of action, jokes and TITANS!!! There is also really cool adventures that movies could never get right, ambushes and attacks that the producer could never hope to include in the movie. Overall, it's a fun story, but you should read The Lost Hero first. Reviewed by Sarah Scheps

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: by J.K. Rowling
This book is one of my favorite books. I like all the quiddich games and all 3 tasks in the book. 
Reviewed by Mikaela Parker

The Chronicles of Vladimir Todd: 8th Grade Bites: by Heather Brewer
This book is really good. If you like vampires. A lot of silly things along with creepy things in this book. Reviewed by: Brian Wacha

Find all these books by using the card catalog