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<h3>Getting Started</h3>
 
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<li>[http://www.odl.state.ok.us/vision/youth.pdf ODL Youth Services Guidelines]
 
<li>[http://www.odl.state.ok.us/vision/youth.pdf ODL Youth Services Guidelines]
 
<li>[http://www.ala.org/yalsa/sites/ala.org.yalsa/files/content/TeenProgramingGuidelines_2015_FINAL.pdf Teen Programming Guidelines]
 
<li>[http://www.ala.org/yalsa/sites/ala.org.yalsa/files/content/TeenProgramingGuidelines_2015_FINAL.pdf Teen Programming Guidelines]
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<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/teen-services-101/ Teen Services 101]: SLJ Teen Librarian Toolbox
 
<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/teen-services-101/ Teen Services 101]: SLJ Teen Librarian Toolbox
 
<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/category/things-i-never-learned-in-library-school/ Things I Never Learned in Library School]: SLJ Teen Librarian Toolbox
 
<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/category/things-i-never-learned-in-library-school/ Things I Never Learned in Library School]: SLJ Teen Librarian Toolbox
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<h3>Book Club Ideas</h3>
 
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<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/2013/11/the-pop-upmobile-makerspace-moment/ Makerspace at Your Library]
 
<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/2013/11/the-pop-upmobile-makerspace-moment/ Makerspace at Your Library]
 
<li>[https://www.pinterest.com/heather_booth/teen-programming-in-libraries-a-collaborative-boar/ Pinterest Teen Programming in Libraries: A Collaborative Board]
 
<li>[https://www.pinterest.com/heather_booth/teen-programming-in-libraries-a-collaborative-boar/ Pinterest Teen Programming in Libraries: A Collaborative Board]
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<li>[http://wiki.cya.oklibshare.org/images/e/e6/Visual_journaling.pdf Visual Journaling] by Nancy Van Winkle of Nomadic Roots in Anadarko, OK. You can reach her here, nanwinkle76@yahoo.com
  
 
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Revision as of 19:38, 2 February 2016

Getting Started

Book Club Ideas

  • Book club kits - upper elementary, middle school and teens - search "book discussion kits"- can expand the program to include make-and-take crafts, presentations, self-made movies or commercials or posters - partner with your local school - Teach Net
  • One Book Program for Teens
  • Big Read for Upper Elementary, Tweens, or Teens - NEA Big Read
  • Literary Contests - Kansas City Library Harry Potter Championship
  • Reading Bingo
  • [Your Library] Book Cannon - most treasured books of all time as decided by upper elementary, middle school and teens. They read and vote to build the canon. The canon represents the best children's books for [your library's] young people.
  • [Your Library] Bejeweled Books - author visit, books purchased for giveaway, reading and deciding which book to treasure of the visiting author - - each year an author's work is selected and honored. The selection committee can comprise of local children's organizations, business partners and parents, Tulsa City County Library System Books to Treasure
  • Mock National Book Award - Sequoyah, Caldecott, Newbery, Quick Picks, Printz, Morris - you purchase the books and the children read and vote. If you can, invite your winning author to visit.
  • Writing program/camp - for upper elementary, middle school and high school - invite author's to visit, purchase supplies. Oklahoma has a wealth of talented children's author's and illustrators.
  • Diversity collection- We Need Diverse Books- build your collection and promote - ALA Booklist
  • Graphic Novel collection - build your collection; promote; start a GN/Manga reading club - ALSC Graphic Novels 2013
  • ALSC's Book Lists for collection building

Programs

Reading

7 Novels to Read If You Love Batman from Book Riot

Resources

Teen Passive Programs