I found so many review sites and recommendation tools, I decided they needed their own page.

Recommendation Tools


What should I read next?
Library Thing
Open Library
Shelfari
All of these sites give you the opportunity to build a list or 'shelf' of your own books (after creating an account), compare that list to others lists, or just browse lots of reviews, recommendation etc,

Book Seer

Book Review Sites


Book Wink Video reviews created around a theme, usually featuring three books at a time. (You can also get these as a podcast)
Richie's Picks A page created and maintained by Richie Partington, middle school librarian
Librarian's Corner Cindy Mitchell's great site at South Jordan Middle School
Common Sense Media A site to help parents and families choose kid-appropriate media. (Thanks to Bill at Union High School for recommending this one!)
3 Evil Cousins A blog of book reviews written by three teenage girls
The Book Muncher Mostly YA books, written by an anonymous teenager, also has contests/giveaways

Book Review BLOGS

Becky's Book Reviews
check Becky's blog roll for other review sites, she has a million!
Deliciously Clean Reads
TeenReads
Book Diva's

3 Evil Cousins A blog of book reviews written by three teenage girls
The Book Muncher Mostly YA books, written by an anonymous teenager, also has contests/giveaways
Wondrous Reads A British YA lover named Jenny.
The Never Ending Shelf Kate loves all thing YA.

Advanced Reading Copies (ARC's)


Harper Collins First Look Program:Childrens Lit Read books being published by Harper Collins before they come out. Check out their other themed lists as well as their author tracker service while you're there! (You have to write about why you should be the one to read and review the book and only a few people actually get the Advanced Reading Copies they offer)

Young Adult ARC's this blog is currently on hiatus. Once Kristin brings it back up, I'll let you know. It's a great way to share the ARC's many librarians get from the publishing industry.

Books you can read online


Project Gutenberg
Complete Works of William Shakespeare (hosted by MIT)