Places to find books

1.  The public library has places to download books. You need a library card, and you need to have someone at least 18 sign in for you. Click here for a virtual library card.
Also know that you can download 12 books/videos/music each month on hoopla for free, and there are thousands of options on Libby or overdrive.

2. Riveted: This may be a sign up for a newsletter, so beware, but it has up-to-date free ebooks.

3.
  Amazon.com: With Kindle App (you can download the book and read it anywhere- on a phone, on a computer, or on a kindle). There are lots of free books, too.

4.  Audible.com: Audible opened up lots of free books to listen to. It also has some newer books, non-fiction, and classics. You may need to download the app on a mobile device to listen, but that is a free app.

Suggested At Home Activities

Create a reading nook at home
Learn Something new each day from Ted-Ed
Call or video chat with someone you know who is also in quarantine such a family member, old babysitter, etc.
Do a free online course created by Harvard and M.I.T. (Please be mindful that this is something you sign up for, so make sure guardians are aware).

Book Blogs and Suggestions

Rich in Color Blog

Mrs. Lawlor's Blog

Book series and their order

Join our YA book club on Teams!

Go to teams and click on "join a team".
Here is the code: 2w5v270
We will be reading The Field Guide to the North American Teenager by Ben Philippe. Plan to join our virtual group on April 16th, but you can still chat on the way. Hope to "see" you all there!

Research

How to Do Research