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Authors, Books & WordsThe Amanda Project: Become a character, get published.
Favorite Teenage Angst Books: Book reviews, author interviews, message board.
Flamingnet Book Reviews: Young Adult books reviewed by young adult reviewers.
InkPop: A site connecting aspiring young writers with publishers
Internet Public Library 2 Teen Space
Manga Mania: Just a short slide down the page to our comic book and manga-related links.
Poetry 180: A poem a day for teens
Reading Rants!: Out of the Ordinary Teen Booklists.
Reads4Teens: Reviews written by teens of books written for teens.
Shmoop Literature: Smoop's mission: "To make learning and writing more fun and relevant for students in the digital age." Each entry provides a nutshell description of the book, plot summaries, themes, study questions...a valuable resource for students and for those who just love to read and learn.
What's Next?: Teen Series and Sequels, listed by series name and by author.
|Francesca Lia Block||Celia Rees|
|Meg Cabot||Darren Shan|
|Esme Raji Codell||Sonya Sones|
|Ursula K. LeGuin||Gary Soto|
|Robin McKinley||J. R. R. Tolkien|
|Jess Mowry||Jean Ure|
|Stephenie Meyer||Chris Wooding|
|Georgia Nicholson||Paul Zindel|
Community ResourcesWhat number do I call? The City of Longview's Community Assistance Directory.
Teen Programs at Longview Parks and Recreation.
Your School's Website: Links to Longview & Kelso school districts, LCC & WSU.
Ride the Bus! Get route info and more for the CUBS transit system.
Teen Advice/Self-Help/Health/SafetyDon't Believe the Type: Important information for teens on how to stay safe on the 'net.
Go Ask Alice: info about emotional health, relationships and alcohol and drugs, etc.
NoStigma: a get-help guide for teens and young adults
SafeTeens: A place for parents and teens to learn how to use the Internet safely. No preaching, just good advice.
Teen Central: For teens by teens. Teen help for teen problems.
TeensHealth: information and help about all types of teen health issues from The Nemours Foundation.
Manga, Anime, Graphic NovelsAbout Anime: Manga's sister site on About.com.
About Manga: Tons of links and resources about manga, reading and creating!
Animerica Monthly: The anime and manga monthly on-line magazine.
Blambot: Fonts and comic book lettering for use in your own comics. A free font is featured each month (be sure to read the licensing agreement), and there are also tips, links, and other resources for the comic artist.
Comic Book Resources: News and resources for the comic book collector.
Dark Horse Comics: Home to Emily the Strange, Hellboy, Predator, and more, based in Portland, OR.
DC Comics: Superheroes and other classic characters, Elfquest, and Mad Magazine. You can also download icons, wallpapers and sneak peeks of upcoming issues, and learn about the artists behind the comics.
Manga University: Tips and tutorials to improve your manga-drawing skills.
No Flying, No Tights: Reviews of graphic novels for teens.
ZOMGAnime.com: "The best place for watching anime online." This site offers streaming of anime series episodes and movies, as well as reviews and a discussion forum.
Jobs/EmploymentTeen Workers (Washington): Links to Washington State child labor regulations and publications. Know your rights and educate yourself about workplace safety.
Teen Workers: Facts about teenager rights and responsibilities while working, from the U.S. Department of Labor.
Great OpportunitiesNASA INSPIRE: Interdisciplinary National Science Project Incorporating Research and Education Experience. A multitier year-round program designed for students in ninth to 12th grade who are interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and careers.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory Programs for High School Students
Jet Propulsion Competitions for High School Students: find out about the National Science Bowl, National Ocean Sciences Bowl, FIRST Robotics Competition, and JPL Invention Challenge
School/Education/College StuffCollege & University Planning: Yahoo!'s directory of college planning sites.
Education Portal: High school students planning for college: Start early & plan for success.
FAFSA OnLine: Learn about Financial Aid and apply on-line.
High School Ace: A free online learning center for teens that features academic subject guides and reference resources.
High School Central: A place for all high-schoolers to hang out.
SchoolGrantsBlog.com: The site provides some of the essential information necessary to get school grants and make education something affordable. It covers different types of grants, their sources and how to apply for them.
SoftSchools: This website offers free printable math worksheets, free math games, grammar quizzes and free phonics worksheets and games. Worksheets and games are organized by grades and topics.
Student Landing: Info on college, financial aid, careers, homework, etc, at ED.gov.
Mark Morris High School Library: Website maintained by MMHS Librarian Patti Tjomsland
R.A. Long High School Library: The website to the R.A. Long High School library.
Cascade Middle School Library: The website to the Cascade Middle School library.
Monticello Middle School Library: The website to the Monticello Middle School library.
Mt. Solo Middle School Library: The website to the Mt. Solo Middle School library.
St. Rose School Library: The website to the St. Rose Catholic School Library.
Social ActionDo Something! Young people changing their world.
Victory over Violence: a youth-sponsored initiative to help young people identify and counteract the root causes of violence in their lives and in their communities.
Teen Power Politics: Get informed and raise your voice!
Be Creative With TechnologyAudacity: Edit audio, create podcasts, etc.
Wordle: Create word art
Storybird: Create picture books
Xtranormal: Create movies
Pictogame.com: Create games
The Freesound Project: Source for audio clips
CC Mixter: Another source for audio & mixing
Big Huge Labs: Make CD covers for audio mixes/DVDs
Scratch: Create stories, music, art, games & more!
Fun Morph: Morph photos
SpliceMusic.com: Create music online
SurveyMonkey: Create surveys
NGA Kids: Interactive creative art site (National Gallery of Art hosted)
Meez: Create avatars
EntertainmentAll Game Guide: Descriptions and reviews of video games.
All Music Guide: Music reviews and band articles.
Internet Movie Database (IMDB): The biggest movie site on the internet! Teen Spot: Chat rooms, message boards, music reviews, jokes, and more.
Reference/Study ToolsMerriam-Webster Online
SparkNotes: Free online study guides in a variety of subjects.
ScienceAnimation Videos: created by University of Washington students
Ask an Engineer: Submit a question to an MIT engineer, or view answers to other questions
Discover: Science, technology, and the future
MIT Media Lab: check out the interactive projects underway at the MIT Media Lab!
MIT Physics Demonstrations: demos of physics concepts ranging from electromagnetism, to kinematics, to optics. More here!
Sea and Sky: The Splendors of the Sea; the Wonders of the Universe.
Last updated February 17th, 2012