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It’s Read Across America Day!

VOYA Magazine’s booklists are the perfect go-to lists for finding books your teens will love to read on Read Across America Day!    VOYA’s Perfect Tens 2016  Top Shelf Fiction for Middle School Readers 2016 VOYA’s Nonfiction Honor List 2016... (Continue reading)

Dr. Lina Sun Wins 2017 Virginia Hamilton Essay Award for VOYA Article

VOYA Magazine is pleased to share that Dr. Lina Sun has been selected as the recipient of the 2017 Virginia Hamilton Essay Award for her article in the June 2016 issue of VOYA Magazine, “Constructing Knowledge about China and Chinese... (Continue reading)

The Library’s Role in Protecting Teens’ Privacy

RoseMary Ludt The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) outlined a plan in the document “Preventing Violent Extremism in Schools,” published in January 2016, to surveil the use of the Internet by at-risk teens. Dr. Mary K. Chelton, co-founder of VOYA Magazine... (Continue reading)

Librarian Hero of the Day!

If you missed the story on Twitter, catch it now. This librarian stepped up to help a teen who was a victim of hacking. Three teen boys rewrote her school paper in her Google Docs account. This librarian looked back... (Continue reading)

YA Strike Zone February 2017

Reviving “Rubin” Anthony Bernier At a time when many make self-satisfied gestures at the notion of “alternative facts” that it looks like we’ll be living with for the next four years, I’d like to point out that we’ve come to... (Continue reading)

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Midwinter Musings

  Lisa Kurdyla Before I begin this (long) (rambling) note, I am compelled to say huge congratulations and thank you to ALA for once again organizing and pulling off an amazingly professional, well organized, and eminently expedient conference. The attention to... (Continue reading)

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Tag Team Tech: Wrestling with Teens and Technology February 2017

Screen Time: Finding the Balance Kelly Czarnecki “You’ll ruin your eyes!” “You won’t make any real friends that way!” “You’re not learning anything!” These are some of the warnings we might have heard or even perpetuated ourselves regarding the use... (Continue reading)

YA Clicks: : Web Sites for Young Adults and Their Librarians February 2017

Code Crazy Jessica Farrow and the Web Surfers from the Central Rappahannock Regional Library Our rating system is posted here. As computers become steadily more ubiquitous and necessary for everything from job applications to the Internet, many teens are finding... (Continue reading)

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Wouldn’t You Like to Know . . . Katelyn Detweiler

Stacey Hayman Katelyn Detweiler was lucky enough to spend her early years in the kind of setting you would expect to find in all the truly great childhood classics: an old farmhouse, smack dab in the middle of wide-open fields,... (Continue reading)

YA Strike Zone December 2016

YALSA’s Cynical Heart: Reproducing the Adultist Agenda Anthony Bernier American Library Association’s (ALA) recent dog-piling on young people for their incapacity to discern “fake news” got me thinking. In its 22 November issue of ALA Direct, that “tightly curated” e-newsletter,... (Continue reading)

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