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TeenReads is my pick of the day site because it is so comprehensive. Of course, TeenReads features book reviews. But it also has guidelines for starting a book club, reading guides with discussion questions, monthly polls, author interviews, and regular articles on Books into Movies, Series Books, and Manga (Japanese anime graphic novels.) While you're snooping around, be sure to respond to the Question of the Month, and participate in the monthly book giveaway, Word of Mouth. How did you hear about McNally's program? Is this the first book you've reviewed, other than in school reports?

Rachel: I heard about the program through Twitter. I follow several publishing companies, and one of them retweeted one of McNally's tweets that said they needed teen book reviewers. I've done a couple book reviews for fun that I've posted on my personal blog, but this is the first review I've ever done for someone. I decided to participate in the reviews because I love reading, and I love writing about what I'm reading, so this was a perfect opportunity!
Amy: One day when we were in the bookshop we started a conversation with one of the bookstore workers and she told us about the book reviewing program. Noah and Luisa had never written a book review before, but since they love to write, and are such amazing readers, we thought we would give it a try! Plus, there is the added benefit of getting a free book! TeenReads is my pick of the day site because it is so comprehensive. Of course, TeenReads features book reviews. But it also has guidelines for starting a book club, reading guides with discussion questions, monthly polls, author interviews, and regular articles on Books into Movies, Series Books, and Manga (Japanese anime graphic novels.) While you're snooping around, be sure to respond to the Question of the Month, and participate in the monthly book giveaway, Word of Mouth.