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Where can my students write online book reviews?

Asked by Supergirl (1696points) March 6th, 2009

I have been trying to find a site where my 5th graders can write online book reviews but am having a hard time finding something legit. I know some kids use Amazon, but you have to have an account…

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EmpressPixie's avatar

Perhaps at I do not believe they have an age limit. Though the children would not be up for any of the prizes, most likely.

hearkat's avatar

Barnes & Noble has them, but also requires an account – which is free, and they have little avatars you can use and you can browse the books and create a “Wish List”.

dragonflyfaith's avatar

I enjoy Good Reads. But they would have to have an account.

A_Wood's avatar

You can try Edu 2.0. My Writing About Film teacher has us write movie reviews on it. It seems fairly simple.

Dorkgirl's avatar

I was going to suggest Good Reads, too.
Not only can they write reviews, they can also keep track of books they’ve read or want to read.

Paxan8's avatar or shelfari are two good ones.

ETpro's avatar

I second third Goodreads. See this question for more on what it is.

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