Tuesday, September 10, 2013

BONUS BLOG: What Should I Read Next?

I know I don't usually blog here on Tuesdays, but I wanted to share this with all of my readers, both here and on my personal blog. This is a fun graphic from Teach.com to help readers of young adult fiction figure out what to read next. Teach.com also sent me some background information on the flowchart - take a look.

Teach.com, a comprehensive online resource dedicated to helping great teachers use resources to support students in their learning and development, has just released the Young Adult Summer Reading Flowchart—a follow up to their successful Summer Reading Flowchart. This year, they addressed a second demographic, focusing on books for young adults across many genres; though, these books can appeal to people of all ages. The past few years have seen the mass popularity of young adult novels and series, including Twilight and the Hunger Games, as well as the revival of a few older books. The Young Adult Summer Flowchart walks you through roughly 100 books, asking questions about a series of genres and themes to help young adult readers to arrive at the perfect book. The chart helps students who are looking for a specific title, or those who have yet to establish what they are looking for. The summer months is a break from school, but shouldn’t be a break from learning (and by extension, reading). The Young Adult Summer Reading Flowchart is a fun infographic to help students get excited about reading and finding the right book for them.

The Young Adult Summer Reading Flowchart
Brought to you by Teach.com

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