Does anyone know of any FREE websites to get quick nonfiction articles on a variety of topics that are geared towards preteens/teens (and different levels would be nice too)? While I'm at it, I'm going to ask another question... Is this common--My district has a heavy push for nonfiction, like 70% nonfiction and 30% fiction and has no textbooks for reading. Is it like that at your district with so much nonfiction? I used to do lit. circles, and I'm not even sure about bringing out novels because I don't want to be questioned. The district is saying that if the kids can read nonfiction, then they can read fiction, but not the other way around. Do you think this is true? I'm going crazy always trying to find articles that relate to each other on the same topic and that are high interest for my two co-teaching classes. I'm also going crazy making so many copies all the time. It's serious paper overload in my classroom and every classroom I go into. I need a way to organize all my stuff. Anyway, if I find a website where I can print things quickly, that would save me so much time, so that was my main question. Would edhelper be worth it to get with their nonfiction?