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Cool Sites for Teens
Teen Read Survey Teen Read Week nonprofit supporter Smartgirl.org offers teen reading survey.
TeenCentral.net Share your experiences with peole you can relate to at TeenCentral.Net, the help-line website for teens, by teens. Totally real, totally anonymous.
Useless WWW Pages You wouldn't believe the stuff out on the web! Even Dave Barry called this a "very useful" site!
Chatfreeway.com This site is dedicated to bringing teens throughout the Internet together by using such features as chat, teen-related articles, news groups, and pen pals.
CyberTeens An online community for teens
The Comics Journal The online supplement to the Comics Journal
Readergirlz is about reading great books to get to know yourself and celebating strong girls who have the guts to dream.
GirlZone Where every girl is cool. Lots of stories for and by today's girls.
Field Guide to North American Males Just like the bird books, yes, all the varieties are here. Artsy to athletic to casual. Which type is your type?
Cybergrrl Lots of fun pages and links, just for girls.
GirlsOn Fun site with lots of stuff including reviews of movies and TV programs. Boys might want to check this out, too.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Boy Scouts of America
Boys and Girls Clubs of America
Dr. William Pollack's Home Page
Web of Addictions
Student Gateway to the US Government All sorts of useful information provided by Uncle Sam. Links to legal stuff like taxes and passports, military service, educational help, consumer news and lots more.
For Teens by Teens
Stressed? Angry? Sad?Confused? Confidential info, resources & chat.
About Teens provides advice on everything that matters in your world. From sexuality and health to religion and homework, we have expert information to help....
Something Fishy If you suspect that you or a friend has an eating disorder, check out this site! It supplies teens with any information they need on all types of eating disorders from anorexia and bulimia to overeating.
Think (teenage interactive health index) Articles on nutrition, mental and physical fitness, diseases, and personal care.
V.R.G. (The Vegetarian Resource Group) This health site provides great information on how to become a vegetarian and still maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Freevibe Freevibe is a drug awareness site designed for teens. It gives sites and addresses of institutions that can help with addictions, perceived reasons for doing the drugs and the effects of the drugs.
Teen Movie Critic Movies and more from a teen perspective.
Internet Movie Database This is the "mother of all movie databases." A movie lover's ultimate joy toy for finding out the details on more than 70,000 movies, starting with silent films. Easy to access and retrieval is fast. Number of easy links to related information.
The Rough Guide to Rock Music Click on rock guide to get the ultimate online rock guide. Contains a directory of over 1,100 bands and artists, offering reviews of careers and recordings from Bjork to Warren Zevon.
The Film Zone Fun to visit. Read "Predict-O-Scripts" where scripts for upcoming blockbusters are lampooned in a few well-directed lines. Independent, foreign, and cult films are the focus of this site.
Nick At Nite's TV Land A colorful guide to the 24-hour classic TV network and a ride through TV nostalgia fun. Take the challenging Green Acres/Petticoat Junction trivia quiz and view the wardrobe of That Girl's Anne Marie. A completely annotated weekly program guide is featured.
MTV News, reviews, and online chats.
Reading Rants! Don't know what to read next? Check out this out of the ordinary teen booklist site. Get some great ideas and reviews.
Outstanding Books for the College Bound The official, American Library Association list of all those books adults wish they had read when they were your age. Here's your chance!
Ask Dr. Math Need some help with math? Ask Dr. Math. The archives just might have the answer right there.
Cornell A math and science gateway present by the Cornell Theory Center. Resources in math and science for teachers and students in grades 9-12.
GrammarNOW! If you aren't sure whether it needs a comma or a semicolon, here's the place to go. You can check grammar, usage and composition with this site.
Homework Center There are lots of great links here to help you get that school work out of the way. All compliments of the excellent Multnomah County Library Website, Portland, Oregon.
Presidents of the United States Everything you ever wanted to know about POTUS (that's president of the United States, you know) from the Internet Public Library.
High School Hub Academic resources for high school students plus college info links.