• Links to check out! 

    Book Lists for YoungAdults (YALSA) 
    Looking for something to read, but not sure where to start? Reference this list of texts with very short descriptions to pique your interests.
     
    GoodReads 
    Need a good read? Want to keep track of what you've been reading? Register here and add books that you have read, are currently reading,and want to read. Link to my bookshelf as well to compare our lists, take recommendations from my shelf, or make suggestions for my future reading.
     
    LibraryBook Information
    Check out the links and information on the HS Library website for help on choosing books to read.
     
    MissBenson's Writing Guide
    This GoogleSite has many resources and tons of information to help you with your writing assignments for class. Please reference it whenever necessary.
     
    Online Writing Lab at PurdueUniversity
    This is a great link for information about MLA and APAformatting. Remember this forever--it's a great resource!
     
    Project Gutenberg
    If you need something to read but don't have a book with you,check out this website--there are plenty of texts here that you can downloadand read--for FREE!
     
    Shelfari--Digital Bookshelf
    Much like GoodReads, Shelfari is another virtual bookshelf that allows you to note books you want to read and review those you have.
     
    Sixty Second Recap
    Need a quick summary of the latest novel you're reading forEnglish? How about a quick refresher on literary terms and themes? Check out this site for a wealth of information in just one minute!
     
    VocabularyWorkshop
    Did you forget/lose/throw away your vocabulary list, notes, or practice? If you need access from home, you can use this site to retrieve the materials you need.
     
    Wordle
    Check out this interactive site which allows you to create wordclouds or collages out of text.