The 2015 Teens' Top Ten nominees have been announced! Check them out via the video below!
Download a list of the nominees with annotations here.
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Registrants of this site can participate in a free webinar titled, "Build Your Budget", on Tuesday, April 21 at 12 p.m. Eastern!
This Teen Read Week webinar focuses on how teen services library workers can advocate within and beyond their respective library systems for funds. Learn how to seek out sponsors and partners for external funding, while also advocating within your library for a budget that includes financial resources for teen services! 100 seats available. Register…Continue
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The application period for the 2015 Teens' Top Ten Book Giveaway is now open! Forty (40) sets of the 2015 Teens' Top Ten nominees will be given away to libraries in need.
Apply now through May 1, 2015. Please note that eligibility requirements do apply. Learn more here.
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The application period for the 2015 Teen Read Week Activity Grant is now open! Ten grants worth $1000 each are available to fund Teen Read Week activities. Apply by June 1, 2015. The Teen Read Week site will officially go "live" April 16, so be sure to join the…Continue
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Check back this spring for updated artwork, resources, and…Continue
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Help us choose the next Teen Read Week theme by voting for your favorite out of the four choices provided in this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VK87KVH
The survey is now closed. Thanks for voting and stay tuned for the announcement & updated website this spring!
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Learn more about the Teens' Top Ten here.
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An exciting Teen Read week at the Esperanza Acosta Library kicked-off on Monday, October 13, 2014 with a "Turn Dreams into a Reality" bookmark that featured Teens' Top Ten nominees for their 10 favorite reads scavanger hunt. Teens are also pictured giving their recommendations.…Continue
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The First Tee of Monterey County teens enjoyed a successful kick-off to Teen Read Week. Led by Coach Scott, the teens constructed and painted their "Little Library" - a model of the clubhouse!
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Throughout all of October, YALSA's YA Lit blog, The Hub, is featuring blog posts from our teen guest bloggers from our Teen Read Week Teen Blogging Contest.
Topics range from How to Get over a Fictional Death to The Beauty of Short Stories, and more so be sure to check out The Hub every day in October to see the blog posts by our lovely teen bloggers!
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To participate in the twitter chat, remember to use the hashtag #trw14! To easily follow and track the discussion, use…Continue
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To participate in the twitter chat, remember to use the hashtag #trw14! To easily follow and track…Continue
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To participate in the twitter chat, remember to use the hashtag #trw14! To easily follow…Continue
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Android users can download the app for free through the Google Play store. The app allows users to access YALSA’s recommended reading and award winning titles…Continue
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Excited to get voting next month? Check out these awesome book trailers created for each 25 nominees by the Teens' Top Ten Committee!
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Using her experiences at the Santa Ana Public Library in California, Cheryl Eberly discussed ways in which libraries can leverage their Teen Read Week programs to promote college and career readiness resources and programs to teen patrons.
Missed out on the webinar? Join the website to get access to the recording and slides!
Access to the recording and slides can be found on the "Webinar" page under the Planning tab.
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Does your teen like writing and ya lit? Have them apply for our Teen Blogging Contest!
Teens aged 12-18 are welcome to apply for a chance to blog for our ya lit blog, The Hub, during Teen Read Week!
Apply by August 1, 2014.
For more info, visit the Teen Blogging Contest page under the Teen Corner…Continue
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