Booktalking that Works
Young adults may be the toughest audience on Earth. Can librarians successfully use booktalks with teenagers who have grown up in today's multimedia-led world? This work discusses what teens want; how booktalkers can choose the right books; and booktalking basics. It includes sample booktalks.
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Seven Surefire Booktalking Methods
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