We've announced our 2018 Teens' Top Ten list! Did your favorites make the cut? Find out the winners in the announcement video below!
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We announced today that the 2018 Teens’ Top Ten voting is now open! Now through the October 13, teens can vote for their 3 favorite titles from our list of nominees! Check out and share the nominees video below and encourage your teens to…Continue
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The Teens' Top Ten is a teens' choice list. This year the teens chose 25 nominees. Encourage teens to read the nominees from now until August, so they're ready to vote for their favorites beginning Aug. 15th. The 10 titles with the most votes will become the official 2018 Teens' Top Ten. Share a…Continue
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In addition to the extensive list, both also include a Top Ten list! Also, if you haven't already, check out the Amazing Audiobooks and…Continue
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This is a Q&A type discussion with former Dollar General summer grant winner Emily Otis regarding her 2015 summer program for Anaheim Public Library in California. Feel free to discuss the grant and her project in the forum space.
1. Please tell us a little bit about your library and your 2015 summer reading program.
2015 was the first time in many years that the Teen SRP was run by a dedicated Teen Librarian. After budget cuts and layoffs about…
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This is a Q&A type discussion with former Dollar General summer grant winner Bill Stea regarding his 2015 summer program for Waldorf West Library in Maryland. Feel free to discuss the grant and his project in the forum space.
1. Please tell us a little bit about your library and your 2015 summer reading program
Waldorf West Library is the largest and newest of the four branches in the Charles County Public Library system in Southern Maryland.…
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We've announced our 2017 Teens' Top Ten list! Did your favorites make the cut? Find out the winners in the announcement video, featuring the stars of the movie Everything, Everything! #yalsaTTT
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The applications for the 2018 Summer Learning Resources and Teen Summer Intern grants are now open! Twenty of each grant, worth $1,000 each are available and generously funded by the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. Apply by Jan. 1, 2018. Eligibility requirements apply. Apply …Continue
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2017 Teens’ Top Ten voting is finally open! Now through Oct 14th, teens (and only teens, sorry librarians!) are able to vote for their favorite titles amongst the 26 nominees. The voting site is hosted again this year by DOGObooks. Encourage your teens to read and …Continue
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The 2017 Teens' Top Ten Nominations were announced today! Check out this video of the announcements featuring the stars of the upcoming film, Everything, Everything!
Encourage teens to read the titles over the summer and vote for their favorites in August!
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Now through December 31, 2016, teens aged 12-18 can nominate their favorite titles to be considered as a 2017 Teens’ Top Ten nominee via the …Continue
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The applications for the 2017 Summer Learning Resources and Teen Summer Intern grants are open. Twenty of each grant, worth $1,000 each are available and generously funded by the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. Apply by Jan. 1, 2017. Eligibility requirements apply. Apply here.
Added by YALSA on September 29, 2016 at 12:27pm — No Comments
Voting for the 2016 Teens’ Top Ten is now open! Encourage teens to vote for up to three of their favorite titles now through Oct. 15. The “top ten” titles will be announced the week after Teen Read Week™, which takes place Oct. 9-15. Libraries are also encouraged to share the …Continue
Added by YALSA on August 15, 2016 at 11:30am — No Comments
Check out these new, free and great resources on summer learning from the Urban Libraries Council! Even though they were developed by the ULC, they are also useful for suburban, rural and tribal libraries. Check them out:Continue
Added by YALSA on July 8, 2016 at 2:30pm — No Comments
We are sure most of you are already aware, National Summer Learning Day is right around the corner. on July 14th, 2016.
You can learn more about it at http://www.summerlearning.org/?page=summer_learning_day.
Share any plans you have to celebrate National Summer Learning Day with us!
Please feel free to find and share your ideas on our site’s forum.…Continue
Added by YALSA on June 27, 2016 at 10:00am — No Comments
We are having a busy summer just as every other library with a Summer Library Program. Our teen interns spent a morning in orientation with the Tracey DeShazo, Youth Service Librarian, Tara Schooler, the 2016 Farmers Market Coordinator and Cathy Newland, the Library Director.
They have since been helping Tracey with programs for families, teens and elementary school age children. In addition, they are helping Tara with the Tuesday evening Farmers Market.…Continue
Added by Cathy Newland on June 24, 2016 at 10:08am — No Comments
YALSA has released a short video of our nominee’s for the 2016 Teens’ Top Ten.
Incorporating the top titles into your Summer Learning programs can help bring teens into your library.
Also, we have created a YouTube page of TTT nominee book trailers. Share these book trailers with your teen readers to get them interested in finding the perfect books…Continue
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YALSA has announced its list of 2016 Top Ten Summer Learning Programs from its Teen Programming HQ contest.
The top ten are:
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Find resources to help you plan a great event at https://www.whitehouse.gov/nation-of-makers
Also, consider doing any of the following activities:
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