Teens' Reading Resources
Richmond Public Library wants to help you find a book that you want to read. And if you have to read one, we'll help you find that, too.
Your Account in iBistro, our online catalog, has a feature that lets you keep track of your favorite authors and subjects. After you've logged in, go to My Profile and check the box that says "I want all authors and subjects of items I check out be counted automatically as My Favorites." When you return to the homepage of our online catalog, you'll be able to view the authors and subjects that you check out the most frequently.
To Access Your Account: Enter your Richmond Public Library card number.
: for teenage boys who love to read, this is a site for you.
Movies Based on Books
: Mid-Continent Public Library has a great list of movies based on books, browsable by movie title, book title, movie release year or author of the book.
Want a book about wealthy vampire girls in New York City? Novelist lets you search for a book by plot, author, keywords, or read-a-likes for some of your favorite authors. Search the kindergarten through eighth grade section or the high school through adult.
Access: Enter your Richmond Public Library card number.
: is an online booklist which is coll for kids. It gives book reviews and allows you to add comments.
: is a cool website that allows teens to discover new books and comment on them.
: an online teen magazine.
: The Young Adult Library Services Association, the teen division of the American Library Association, picks the best books every year in several categories, including Outstanding Books for the College Bound, Great Graphic Novels, and the Printz nominees and winners.