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Teen Book Club

Are you a teen who loves to read? Check out these online resources that will connect you with other teens and you can share your love (or lack of) for certain books and create your own reviews.

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Teenreads.com

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Thinking about Starting a Book Club? Trying to find new ideas for your Club? Wondering what the heck a Book Club is?! Never fear, Teenreads has all the answers to your Book Club questions, and some guides to help you lead a good discussion with your friends. Book Clubs are easy to start and lot of fun, so if you love books, this is for you!

The Teen Reading Club

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This website is for Canadian teens who love to read. You can introduce people to the books you've read, post reviews, share your writing, and discuss your favourite (and least favourite) reads with teens and librarians.

Markham Public Library online book clubs

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Join Markham Public Library's Online Book Clubs and start receiving chapters from popular books in your daily e-mail. You can read selections from the nonfiction, audio, teen, fiction and mystery book clubs. Everyday, Monday through Friday, we'll send you a chapter portion that will take about five minutes to read. After reading two or three chapters from a book, you can decide if you want to borrow the book from the library. Each week we feature new books. There's no charge for the book clubs. You don't even need a library card. Just give us your email address and five minutes a day, and we'll give you the exciting world of reading.

Goodreads Teen Book Club

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A group within goodreads (Facebook for book lovers) that is looking for teen members. It is a place to talk, read, have fun, write, blog, and read. This is just a fun book club for people in need of a good book!