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200 Years of Young Adult Library Services History

The Chronology I would also have in every library a friend of the young, whom they can consult freely when in want of assistance, and who, in addition to the power of gaining their confidence, has knowledge and tact enough... (Continue reading)

Booklist: Pure Poetry: VOYA’s Poetry Picks 2009

Pure Poetry: VOYA’s Poetry Picks 2009: VOYA compiles our reviewer’s favorite poetry books for teens in the 12th annual Pure Poetry list. ... (Continue reading)

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Booklist: The B E S T Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror 2009

The B E S T Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror 2009 booklist compiles the best reviewed science fiction, fantasy, and horror books from June 2009 to April 2010.... (Continue reading)

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Booklist: More Than Monkeys, Maharajahs, and Mangoes:South Asian Literature for Young Readers

More Than Monkeys, Maharajahs, and Mangoes:South Asian Literature for Young Readers by Pooja Makhijani: Author and editor Makhijani shares her favorite South Asian titles. Find this booklist in the April 2010 Print VOYA.... (Continue reading)

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About Our Booklists

VOYA features at least one annotated booklist for teen readers in every issue—sometimes more. Any booklist may be reproduced without permission as long as VOYA is cited as the source. If you are looking for the designed pdf versions of... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye Archives

Kathleen Meulen examines Facts On File’s Writer’s Reference Center and Pearson’s Write to Learn.... (Continue reading)

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Tag Team Tech Archives

Joyce Valenza shares ten (or so) examples of how teacher-librarians are leveraging the new free tools of the social Web to create learner-centered online landscapes. Practitioners reveal their best tips for effective design, instruction, and communication.... (Continue reading)

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