Connecting young adults and libraries: a how-to-do-it manual

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Neal-Schuman Publishers, Feb 1, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 460 pages
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Here is the long-awaited revised and greatly expanded edition of the guide public libraries described as "the classic how-to manual for the field". Covering every aspect of young adult services, this highly current, invaluable guide will help librarians provide needed special services to YA users. The new edition includes: extensive information about YA Internet use in libraries, a discussion of intellectual freedom issues and how to handle challenges, contemporary marketing techniques that will bring more young adults to your library, and a YA "training tool kit" for library staff with tips, techniques, proven training exercises, and a training checklist. Numerous new figures, charts, documents and forms, plus a new appendix listing addresses for YA publishers, magazines, and professional periodicals, and a completely updated bibliography round out this indispensable guide.

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Review: Connecting Young Adults and Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual, 4th Edition (How-to-Do-It Manuals)

User Review  - Deeanna Culbertson - Goodreads

This was a text book I needed to read for one of my graduate classes. It was clear, concise and very helpful for my Young Adult literature and programming course. A great book for anyone who works with teens in a library. Read full review

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User Review  - Lori - Goodreads

This is one of my most favorite librarian books that I like to revisit now and again :) Read full review

Contents

WHERE YA?
3
Investigating the Audience
25
Making the Case
69
Copyright

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