Finding Clean Reads For Teens
- Thursday, March 29, 2007
Fed up with stumbling across racy scenes in novels, a mother-cum-blogger named Emily is starting a communal blog to review and recommend "deliciously clean reads" for kids and adults alike. Go have a look and contribute -- the site's just getting underway. Here is her list of other places where you may, in partnership with your teen and by exercising your own savvy, find good books for teens:
- Bear Lake Library's Squeaky Clean Booklist
- Book Nook Reviews by Christian Librarians and Teachers
- Charles Corte's Good CLEAN books that hold you in your seat!
- cleanreads list on Amazon
- Lamplighter Award Books
- Little Willow's Clean Reads for Early Teens
- Marshall District Library's Clean Reads: Books that don't offend
- Pop Goes the Library's Request for Good Younger Teen Reads
- Provo Library's Squeaky Clean and No Caffeine Booklist
- Seattle Library's Preferred Booklist-Clean YA
- YALSA's Books That Don't Make you Blush
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