The web is a remarkable resource for readers, including children and teens. It is a comfortable medium for teens and a good place to start when encouraging them to read. Many books and stories are available free of charge. There are, however, several important thing to keep in mind before setting young people free to surf and read. Surfing for kid-friendly sites can be frustrating and time-consuming. Many young people will give up before they find a satisfactory site with good, inexpensive, easy to access, books and stories for teenagers. Too often sites offering free and inexpensive books for teens, are merely presenting a marginally honest come on. Some offer a free chapter or two and then, once hooked, they offer the rest for a price. Weeding out such sites before the young readers take up the search to find good books for teens, will prevent some of the frustration that can turn them off.More tips here books for teen girls.
Books and stories on the web come in two main varieties: Hard copies to order and have sent to you (like from Amazon) and digital or e-books which can be downloaded on the spot. More and more it is the second kind that you will find. Many books for teens are now available on the several ‘book reader’ devices. Many individual titles are available on a variety of such ‘players’.
Electronic books and stories for teenagers are presented in one of two formats: Read on the website, or download and read from your computer or digital device. The second approach often allows you to download and print stories for teenagers which you can hand to them or send them if you are an absentee grandparent, for example.) Some sites have copyright and sharing restrictions to which you need to adhere. If you are trying to encourage reading, try to find an author with numerous stories for teenagers or who has written a series of books for teens. When they find an author or series they like they are likely to go back and find the rest on their own.
Most book and story websites are understandably set up to make a profit – sell their wares. Many will often offer the first book or story for teenagers free of charge as a come on to purchase the others. If a teen who is a reluctant reader finds such an offer, it may well be worth the money to buy a few (or see if they are available at the local library). Use the web wisely when searching for stories for teenagers. It can be a good source for inexpensive and quality reading material.