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Read, Remember, Recommend for Teens: A Reading Journal for Book Lovers.

Rachelle Rogers Knight's Read, Remember, Recommend is the absolute best journal for readers! . Read, Remember, Recommend is a reading journal and tool

Read, Remember, Recommend is a reading journal and tool. It has dividers in it with 6 different sections including awards and notable lists, recommendations and resources! This is great for people who prefer to write down their lists of books to read, have read and wish lists.

Read, Remember, Recommend for Teens : A Reading Journal for Young Adult Book Lovers. by Rachelle Rogers Knight.

The ultimate organizing resource for book-lovers and a self-published hit, Read, Remember, Recommend gives readers a one-stop shop to keep track of their reading. The journal also provides room to record books read, jot down thoughts and ideas, and keep track of recommendations, books borrowed and loaned, and book club history.

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Read, Remember, Recommend: A Reading Journal for Book Lovers.

Perfect for teens who love to read and those who need a companion for school assignments or summer reading programs, Read, Remember, Recommend for Teens offers more than 2400 award-winning and notable reading suggestions in many genres, cross-referenced to help parents and teens chose the right books for them. This unique journal sold out its first print run, attracting readers with recommended lists for fiction, manga, historical fiction, romance, westerns, crime novels, and poetry, as well as nonfiction sections focusing on biography/ autobiography. College-bound readers will find a section to help guide their reading selections. The journal also provides room to record books read, jot down thoughts and ideas, and keep track of recommendations, books to read next, and works by favorite authors.

Praise for Read, Remember, Recommend for Teens:

"Author Rachelle Rogers Knight comes to the rescue with Read, Remember, Recommend for Teens: A Reading Journal for Book Lovers" (and I would add home schoolers). With over 185 pages of reading lists, the Journal will help voracious and reluctant readers find a good book." - School and Home Librarian

"This is a really awesome book. All you readers and bloggers out there: you need to get this journal!" - Books & Literature for Teens


Comments: (7)

Hi_Jacker
Sadly this book is out of date and no longer in print, so the lists are a nice idea but you'll need to take them as a starting point and add the last several years to them. Nonetheless it's set up in such a way that it really should still be in print. There's a listing of award winners, special lists of suggested books by year and a place to keep your own notes on what you've read as well as what you want to read. There are so many of these books, and I seem to have tried most. Ultimately I find a notebook works as well as anything for keeping a reading journal, but I still recommend this for the lists and the wealth of interesting resources all in one spot. Again - you'll end up adding your own lists, but I've decided to keep a running journal of TBRs set up exactly like this based on this book. Worthwhile if only to steal the formula. Maybe someone will start printing it or keeping a website dedicated to this format.
Alsalar
This is where I gush like a frickin' waterfall and demand that you pick up this book immediately if not sooner! Forgive my text-speak here but OMG! Where has this book been all my life?! I have purchased and read several "books-about-books" references in the past: 1001 Books to Read Before You Die, Book Lust, The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Ultimate Reading List (all of which are excellent,) but Rachelle Rogers Knight's Read, Remember, Recommend stands out from the crowd.

From well-known awards lists such as Pulitzer and Man Book Prize winners, to lesser known awards such as Indies Choice and Dublin Award winners, Read, Remember, Recommend gives readers almost 150 pages of award winners and books that have made various "notable" lists - something for everyone. To the right of each listed book, the author has given the reader space to catalog books owned, recommended, to-be-read, and to-be-purchased.

Read, Remember, Recommend allows the reader to be insanely organized. The remaining pages of the journal are devoted to your to-read, recommendations, loaned books, and journal pages to record the books you read along with dates and page numbers. My only gripe is that there are not enough actual journal pages for the prolific reader. What is given in the book is really just a beginning point for journaling: 47 places for books to be read, 97 places to list books read with dates and page numbers, 67 places to "journal" about books read, 48 places to list books you recommend to others, 32 places to list books loaned and 32 places to list borrowed books - it may sound like a lot, but you could fill these pretty quickly if you're a serious reader.

One of the best features of Read, Remember, Recommend is the "References and Resources" section in the back of the book. Knight has organized 25 pages of web addresses for all manner of literary prizes and awards, as well as online book club sites, book exchange sites, social networking sites for readers, and - my FAVORITE - book blogs! I am thrilled to tell you that many of my favorite book blogs are listed in the literary blogs or lighter book-related blogs section. My blog is not listed, but I can forgive that because this book is FANTASTIC!

Rachelle Rogers Knight's Read, Remember, Recommend is the absolute best journal for readers! The copious checklists and reading suggestions are a book-lover's dream and the literary resources listed in the back of the book are exhaustive and thorough. Bibliomaniacs interested in chronicling their adventures in reading will fall in love with Read, Remember, Recommend!
Acebiolane
Read, Remember, Recommend is a reading journal and tool. It has dividers in it with 6 different sections including awards and notable lists, recommendations and resources! This is great for people who prefer to write down their lists of books to read, have read and wish lists. For me, I use sites like goodreads to keep track of all my books.

The thing I like the most about Read, Remember, Recommend is the references and resources list. It has a list of Teen Library Sites, Literary Terms (which is super helpful), Teen Reading Sites and Young Adult blogs (which I thought was a great idea)!

So if you're into more of writing down things than joining sites like goodreads I would totally recommend this nifty journal. But if you're like me and would rather use sites, this would still be a good thing to have in your collection for the resource section!
Auridora
I love this book. The most valuable thing, to me, are all the great lists of award winners. I will go in and find one that has several books I like, then read books from that list, which I usually like as well. Good for helping you keep up with books you've loaned out as well.
Cordaron
I was the Parent Library Coordinator at my children's school. We developed a reading program and this gave us not only lists of books from which to choose, but also a format for student reviews. I have found it very helpful for my purposes, so much so that I ordered the adult version as well.
Enditaling
If you want to keep track of your books, which ones you own, which ones you have read (and a short description of the book), and which books you have landed out, this is a great book/notebook. It is a nice complement to the website Goodreads.com.
Sorryyy
This manual has everything I need to keep track of books. I also like the recommendations listed for reading. This book will definitely get a lot of use. Thanks for this great reading journal.
This journal will help keep track of all the books you have read and have loved. It's great for those who read excessively and want to keep track of their favorites. It also recommends books that have received awards.
Read, Remember, Recommend for Teens: A Reading Journal for Book Lovers download epub
Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Author: Rachelle Rogers Knight
ISBN: 1402237197
Category: Reference
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Sourcebooks; Spi edition (April 1, 2010)