The Right to Read: The How and Why of Supporting Intellectual Freedom for Teens
In brief: Intellectual freedom and equal access to information are central to libraries’ mission, but libraries often fail to consider the intellectual freedom needs of... Read More
What I Wish I’d Known About Building Teen Services From Scratch
In brief: During my first professional position I found myself building a teen services program from scratch at a public library in a small town.... Read More
Are You Reading YA Lit? You Should Be.
by Gretchen Kolderup I’m a young adult librarian, but I didn’t read young adult lit when I was a teen myself. I was a precocious... Read More
Making Connections: YAAN as a Paper Blog?
by Cindy Welch Brooke Shields is a descendant of Louis XIV; Emmett Smith is seven percent Native American; and Matthew Broderick’s ancestor fought at Gettysburg.... Read More
Teen Tech Week: Create, Share, Learn @ Your Library
by Robyn Vittek Have you ever noticed how many special events there are in library-land? National Library Week, Read across America Day, Teen Read Week,... Read More