Crash Course in Young Adult Services - Crash Course (Paperback)Sarah Flowers (author)
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Learn how to improve teen services in public libraries by better understanding teen development and having positive interactions with teens to provide appropriate and interesting collections and services.
* Enables librarians to create a welcoming environment for teens in the library
* Explains how to better understand teen patrons by finding out what teens read, listen to, and watch, enabling you to guide them to "something good to read"
* Provides guidance in how to help teens meet their homework or other information needs
* Examines thorny issues regarding access, privacy, challenges to materials, and Internet use
Number of pages: 137
"For the librarian working with teens, this book provides valuable information on teens themselves and how to provide a variety of resources that they need and want. . . . This would be an ideal book for librarians new to teen services or who must work in teen services in addition to other duties. Those who are already dedicated teen service librarians could also utilize the information in this book for additional programming ideas, displays, and teen worker resources. Recommended." - School Library Connection
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