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Teen Author Homepages (http://www.yourlibrary.com/ya_webpage/yaauthor.htm) The Greenville Public Library has built this index of websites for authors whose works are popular with teens. Check them out!

Book Reviews
No Flying, No Tights: Graphic Novel Reviews for Teens (http://www.noflyingnotights.com) Are you looking for a good graphic novel? Well, here is the place to find a good recommenation!

TeenReads.com (http://www.teenreads.com) Teen reading is what this site is all about. It provides reviews, interviews with popular authors, and even message boards so you can share ideas about the books you like.

DC Comincs (http://www.dccomics.com) Learn everything you ever wanted to about your favorite DC Comic characters and titles.

(Librarian's) Guide to Anime and Manga (http://www.koyagi.com/Libguide.html) This site isn't just for librarians. It is a great place to start if you are new to anime and manga or want to show your friends what this phenomenon is all about.

Marvel Comics  (http://www.marvel.com) For lovers of X-Men and other comic heroes, this is the official site of the Marvel Comics company.

Meet Harry Potter (http://www.scholastic.com/harrypotter/index.htm) This is the official Harry Potter website produced by the book publisher. Find out about author J.K. Rowling, read excerpts from the books, or play some games based on the bestselling series.

Project Bartleby (http://www.columbia.edu/acis/bartleby/) Find full-text, electronic forms of many classic books, poems, and short stories.

Redwall:The Brian Jacques Home Page (http://www.redwall.org) This is the official website for the popular fantasy series that takes place in the land of Mossflower near Redwall Abbey.

Sweet Valley Page  (http://www.randomhouse.com/sweetvalley/)For those of you who like the popular Sweet Valley series, this site is made to accompany the books.

Literary Criticism
Arts and Letters Daily (http://www.aldaily.com) Features links to newspapers, magazines and journals, book reviews, articles, essays, editorials, news services, columnists, literary criticism, and amusements in every area of the humanities.

The Gale Group Literary Index (http://www.galenet.com/servlet/LitIndex) An author and title index to 40 major literature series published by Gale Group.

Literary Resources on the Net (http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/Lit/) A searchable collection of annotated links to sites dealin with English and American literature.

Online Literary Criticism Collection (http://www.ipl.org/ref/litcrit) This site links users to over 4,000 critical and biographical web sites on literary criticism dealing with American and British literature from pre-1500 to the Twentieth Century.

Perspectives in American Literatre (http://www.csustan.edu/english/reuben/pal/table.html) This site is an invaluable resource of more than 280 distinct webpages that survey American literature for teachers and students alike.

Cyberteens  (http://www.cyberteens.com/ctmain.html) "Where creative teens rule." Stories, features and artwork by teens.

Steampunk: Writing Advice (http://www.steampunk.com/newsfch/Writing/Advice/) This site, which is put together by the Steampunk Speculative Fiction Clearinghouse, provides access to a number of articles offering writing advice for future science fiction and fantasy authors.

TeenInk (http://www.teenink.com) TeenInk is a magazines published both in print and online. It provides teens a chance to show off their own work. You can read other people's submissions or send in your own.

Writing Tools
Bartlett's Familiar Quotations (http://www.columbia.edu/acis/bartleby/bartlett/) This is a great site for finding the perfect quote to add to a paper.

Bibliomania (http://www.bibliomania.com/) This database provides acccess to a number of reference resources to assist you in writing a paper, such as a thesaurus.

Citing the World Wide Web in Style (http://fwrlibrary.troy.edu/5/writing/citation.htm) This is an excellent site for anyone using the Web for research and needs to cite sources.

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