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See YA Around     View
Beneath the unabashed promotion of her books on library services, young adult (YA) librarian RoseMary Honnold provides access to many programming ideas. Ranging from descriptions of specific activities to brief listings of similarly goal-oriented pro ...

Game On: Games in Libraries     View
This blog "strives to keep librarians up to date on gaming with convenient one-stop shopping for all your gaming news and information." Written by a team of librarians; a supplement to the LibGaming discussion group. Archives go back to Jul ...

Nine to Nineteen: Youth in Museums and Libraries: A Practitioner's Guide     View
This 2008 report examines and shares best practices for youth programs at museums and libraries, covering topics such as the importance of museums and libraries to youth, the role of young people, and strategies for success. Includes case studies, de ...

The YA Librarians' Homepage     View
A site "designed to gather resources on and off the Web to help librarians serving teens." Includes a list of public libraries with web pages for teens; and links to related websites (graphic novels, journals, organizations, publishers, and ...

Resources for Teen Librarians     View
The Bay Area Young Adult Librarians association (BAYA) maintains this excellent collection of Web sites which, taken together, cover all aspects of library service to teenagers. From booktalking to Internet filtering, from teen health issues to homew ...

Authors Among Us: Librarians Who Are Authors of Children's & Young Adult Literature     View
This page lists both published and as-yet unpublished authors who are, or have been, librarians. Includes each author's library experience, book titles, and links to sites by or about the authors. The site is an ongoing project which began with a not ...

PUBYAC     View
Archives, subscription instructions, and other information about PUBYAC, "an Internet discussion list concerned with the practical aspects of Children and Young Adult Services in Public Libraries, focusing on programming ideas, outreach and lite ...

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Teen Reads     View
Over two dozen briefly annotated lists of suggested reading for teens including biographies, poetry, self-help, and fiction. The several topical fiction lists cover such subjects as death and dying, faith, mental illness, various family relationships ...


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