Tuesday, June 30, 2015

What Should I Read Now?

It's often hard to find something to read once you've finished a great book.
Here are some great sites that help you pick a new book, based on a book you enjoyed!

This one is super simple. Type in a book you liked and find another book to read!

On What Should I Read Next? just enter a book you like and the site will provide book recommendations and suggestions for what to read next.

Whichbook is a unique site for choosing what to read.
If you're not good at remembering book titles, or if you are the sort of reader who likes to choose by browsing round a little and seeing what tempts you, whichbook is the perfect solution to help you find what you are looking for. Move the sliders to express what you’re looking for and see what comes up. Scroll down to see all the books which match your chosen sliders or click Find similar to see books which match the specific title most closely. If you don't fancy any of the books offered, change your choices and try again - there are millions of different individual permutations possible.

As a visual person, I love Jellybooks!
Jellybooks is like a candy store, where you can sample everything for free, except all the treats are ebooks, that you can download, and you can share them online with friends, too.
Just start scrolling our pages and explore the book covers on display. See an interesting book? Simply click on the cover for more information and to sample or share the first 10% of the book!

This has a section specifically for children which I love. 
Just type in a book you love and a list of similar books appears. 

2 Titles is specifically for teens. 
Here's their description: 
Through this quick and easy survey, we get to know your personality, hobbies and interests, and then lead you to the start of an exciting journey that begins with two books that we think you’ll love.

1 comment:

  1. How cool!! I have never heard of this site before. Thanks for sharing :)
    The Techie Teacher


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