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What is a Book Review?

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A book review is a critical description, evaluation, or analysis of a book, especially one published in a newspaper or magazine. - Dictionary.com
      

    Where to Publish Book Reviews

    Teen Ink

    • NCHS Online Library Catalog (OPAC)
      Share your review with your fellow students!
    • Teen Ink Reviews
      Submit your review to Teen Ink, an online magazine & website written by teens. Readers can comment on your review.
    • Amazon.com
      You must have made a purchase on your Amazon account in order to publish a review. The purchase does not have to be of the book you are reviewing.
    • Goodreads
      Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations. Their mission is to help people find and share books they love.

    Where to Find Book Reviews?

    Booklist Online

    • Teen Ink Book Reviews
      Teen Ink is a national teen magazine, book series, and website devoted entirely to teenage writing, art, photos, and forums. Read other students' reviews or publish your own!
    • Booklist Online
      Many reviews are available to read without a subscription. The Learning Commons has print copies of this journal.
    • Goodreads.com
      Goodreads is a social site where readers can post their reviews, keep track of what they have read and want to read, and find information about books and authors.
    • NY Times Book Review
      Book reviews and best seller lists. Limited number of articles may be read in 1 month, without a subscription.
    • Teen Reads Reviews
      Reviews from The Book Report Network

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