Online Resources, Recommended Reading and Bibliographies for Blog Posts
Favorite Book Review Sites for YA Books
BookRiot YA Blog https://bookriot.com/category/young-adult-literature/
Cool Reads http://www.cool-reads.co.uk/
Fantastic Fiction http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/
Guardian Books for Young Adults blog https://www.theguardian.com/books/young-adult
Inside a Dog http://www.insideadog.com.au/
Monster Librarian https://www.monsterlibrarian.com/ReadingBites/
No Flying No Tights (Comics and Graphic Novels) http://www.noflyingnotights.com/
Read Alike Lists https://www.goodreads.com/list/tag/read-alikes
Reading Rants http://www.readingrants.org/
Story Links https://storylinksau.com/
* Gold, Joseph (2001). Read for your life : literature as a life support system. Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Markham, Ont.;
* Allston, MassHart, Melissa & Draper, Sharon M. (Sharon Mills), (author of introduction, etc.) (2019). Better with books : 500 diverse books to ignite empathy and encourage self-acceptance in tweens and teens. Sasquatch Books, Seattle, WA
* Berthoud, Ella. Elderkin Susan (2017). Story Cure : an a-z of books to keep kids happy, healthy and wise. Canongate Books Ltd, [S.l.]
* Campbell, Joseph (1972). The hero with a thousand faces (Second edition, first Princeton/Bollingen paperback printing). Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J
Bibliography & Further Reading for Blog Posts
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Kelly C., Kitchener B., Jorm A., 2013, Youth Mental Health First Aid (Manual), 3rd Edition, MHFA Australia.
Anonymous in Parker-Pope, Tara, The troubling allure of eating-disorder books, The New York Times, May 11 2009.
Dovey, Ceridwen, Can reading make you happier? The New Yorker June 9 2015.
Olsen, M., 2007, Bibliotherapy: School psychologists’ report of use and efficacy, Brigham Young University.
Andrews-Hanna, J.R. (2011). The Brain’s Default Network and Its Adaptive Role in Internal Mentation. The Neuroscientist, [online] 18(3), pp.251–270. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3553600/ [Accessed 28 Jul. 2019].
Ellen, S. and Deveny, C. (2018). Mental : everything you never knew you needed to know about mental health. Carlton, Vic.: Black Inc.
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Noe, A. (2017). Why Do Our Minds Wander? Npr.org. Available at: https://www.npr.org/sections/13.7/2016/06/17/481977405/why-do-our-minds-wander. [Accessed 1 Jun. 2019].
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