Book lovers can find books all sorts of ways. They can seek classics by reputation (Under the Tuscan Sun, Atonement) or incredible books by word of mouth (The Secret Life of Bees, Twilight) or read book reviews and blogs (like here!) or pick up a pretty cover and think it worthwhile. As e-books or at least e-shopping is on the rise, book lovers also turn to Amazon.
Out of curiosity, I clicked on the "Summer Reading for Kids & Teens" link, and here are three books Amazon recommended. The list changes every time you re-click, by the way.
A La Carte by Tanita S. Davis
Queen of Babble Gets Hitched by Meg Cabot
Burger Wuss by M.T. Anderson
The Last Apprentice by Joseph Delaney
Suck It Up by Brian Meehl
Monster by Walter Dean Myers
Monster is a contemporary classic that every teen should read, but otherwise I haven't read any of their recommendations. Even if the book world shifts more to digital than print, even if the average American... doesn't read..., book lovers will always find books. (Kristen Nelson has interesting informal survey results over at www.pubrants.blogspot.com). How do you find yours?