The Teen Reader's Advisor

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Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 491 pages
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Talking to teens can be tough. Figuring out how to deliver effectivereader's advisory to this uniquely challenging group can be eventougher for young adult librarians and school media specialists. Thisimportant new book addresses the challenges of reader's advisory forteens, who often don't know what's available, aren't sure what theywant, and may even be embarrassed to ask for it.

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