what they are reading. I also liek to check in with colleagues to pick up titles. I don't always bother people to see what they are reading, I like to to stay abreast of new titles reads by doing the following things...
3. Downloading two free books weekly during the summer from the Audiobooks YA Sync summer program. Beginning Thursday, April 25th, two audiobooks that have been paired thematically will be released and available for download for exactly one week. The next Thursday, two more books are released. Titles are yours to keep once you have downloaded them by using the Overdrive app, but they are only available to download for a seven day period. This is one way to build a library of audiobooks to listen to during the summer and beyond. I am really looking forward to this year's titles.
1. The New York Time Book Review. I subscribe to the New York Times and one of the benefits is Sunday's weekly NYT Book Review. Sometimes you will find a young adult author reviewing other titles and that is always fun to share with students, but I like the lists and the review found their each week. I also like the titles that are features from all genres and all readers as you will encounter the range of readers in your classroom.
What do you do to stay current with hot reads?