Friday Finds – January 17, 2014
This Week at TLT
Sunday Reflections: Shameful Reading
Divergent Programming – a Teen Program in a Box by Cindy
Guest author Adi Alsaid introduces his 2014 YA Debut – Let’s Get Lost
Middle Grade Monday – Rita Williams-Garcia
Saving Libraries from the Inside Out
Christie looks at the highlights for this year’s ALA Midwinter Meeting
In defense of ‘The Gay Characters’
Previously at TLT
More about GLTBQ issues in YA Literature
Take 5: Sexual Violence in the Lives of Teens
Around the Web
Shannon Hale’s Dangerous book Trailer!
The reveal for the next A.S. King book – let the fangirling commence!
Laurie Halse Anderson’s NPR interview with Scott Simon.
Kirkus has an article on new dystopian fiction.
From The Toast, “A Young Man’s History of Doctor Who in 11 Photographs.”
From KERA (a Texas based NPR affiliate) – focusing on at-risk middle school students.
A myriad of options for passive programming with teens by Kelly Jensen and Jackie Parker at Programming Librarian.
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About Karen Jensen, MLS
Karen Jensen has been a Teen Services Librarian for almost 30 years. She created TLT in 2011 and is the co-editor of The Whole Library Handbook: Teen Services with Heather Booth (ALA Editions, 2014).
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