Center Stage: Library Programs that Inspire Middle School Patrons

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Libraries Unlimited, 2002 - Education - 204 pages
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Securing the interest of energetic, independent middle school students is one of the greatest challenges of school librarians. In this book--the third in the Library Programs That Inspire Series--acclaimed authors Patricia Potter Wilson and Roger Leslie bring you some of the best programming ideas to motivate your middle school patrons and encourage lifelong learning. Examples of successful programs from award-winning Blue Ribbon middle schools across the nation provide the necessary inspiration to create library events that will get the attention of even your least interested students. Find out which programs are most effective, innovative, and entertaining--without draining your resources and energy!

 

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About the author (2002)

PATRICIA POTTER WILSON is Associate Professor Emerita of School Library and Information Sciences at the University of Houston, Clear Lake. Prior to her university position, she was a school teacher and library media specialist. An author of numerous articles and five books, she has also been recipient of several teaching and service awards.

ROGER LESLIE is an author, editor, teacher, and library media specialist with 15 years of experience in public education.

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