Book and Media Lists

Teens' Top Ten

The Teens' Top Ten (TTT) is a "teen choice" list, where teens choose their favorite books of the previous year! Encourage your teens to read the nominees from April to August so they can vote for their favorites at the end of summer!

Nominations are posted  online on the Thursday of National Library Week, which is April 14th, 2016. Readers ages twelve to eighteen can vote online for their favorites starting in August.  The 10 titles with the most votes become the TTT, and are announced during Teen Read Week, the third week of October.  To access a free toolkit to help you connect your teens with the TTT, and to view the nominations visit www.ala.org/teenstopten.

Themed Booklists: Find existing, create new or add to what’s already on YALSA’s wiki. Also, try:

YALSA Book Awards & Lists

Find great lists of recommended reading for your teen from our book awards and book lists. Some examples of the book awards and lists are:

Teen Book Finder App

Use our Teen Book Finder app (available in iOS and Android) to find our book lists and awards at the top of a button.

Teens' Top Ten Tumblr: View and follow the Teens' Top Ten tumblr page for fun YA Lit related images, gifs, videos, book lists, and more!

Looking for more book and media lists? Find them in the "Read for the fun of it!" themed TRW Manual, Coming Soon at the ALA Store. This downloadable guide also includes a customizable flier and web graphics with art from the year's theme.

Join this site!

Join this Teen Read Week website for great resources and opportunities such as:

  • Opportunity to attend a free TRW 2016 webinar on Tuesday, May 3 at 2pm Eastern!
  • A low-res download of the 2016 TRW themed logo (found under the planning tab - must be signed into account)
  • Free access to archived TRW related webinars
  • Alerts about grant opportunities
  • More perks to come so be sure to register and check back for updates!

YALSA Products & Publications

Why is TRW Important?

Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Teen Read Week on the YALSA Blog

Blog Post Round-Up: Inexpensive and Easy Programming

  Blog post round-up is a series of posts that pull from the great YALSAblog archive. The topics have been requested by YALSA members. Have an idea for a topic? Post it in the comments. Inexpensive Ideas: Back to Afterschool: Tech Resources Pop Up Programming 30 Days of Teen Programming: … Continue reading

Flops, Duds, and Bloopers – When Programming Isn’t Perfect

I tell myself all the time that the success of a teen program is more than “just” attendance. I know I’m not alone in that. A YALSA committee has even created a living document – Teen Programming Guidelines – that includes a section on evaluation and measurement. But still, it doesn’t … Continue reading

Get Away @Your Library: Setting Goals to Reach Underserved Teens

With our youth patrons returning to school, now is the perfect time to re-evaluate your community’s demographics and set goals to “Get Away” and connect with those underserved populations. As you consider where to start, the first step may seem daunting, but tackle the unknown in a way that is … Continue reading

Badge

Loading…

Events

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

About

YALSA created this Ning Network.

American Library Association

© 2016   Created by YALSA.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service