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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It’s the fastest, easiest way to promote reading! Reads 4 Teens is a collection of the best in the latest teen literature and includes 37 ready-to-use pamphlets and 8 bookmarks, each featuring a different theme or genre, including STEM. It’s now available for purchase as a digital download through the ALA Store for $26.10 for members &…Continue
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The deadline for the 2014 Teen Read Week is fast approaching! Through generous funding from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, ten libraries will be awarded $1000 each to help fund their Teen Read Week activities. Apply by June 1, 2014.
Eligibility requirements must be met in order to qualify.
More info can be found under the Grants tab.
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Online community members can now access the updated 2014 resources on the Teen Read Week™ website. Although the website has not officially “launched”, members can log on and access all materials to get a head start on planning. Resources and materials include a publicity kit which includes a sample press release, fliers, marketing tips, planning checklists, and more.
The Teen Read Week website will officially go live on Celebrate Teen Literature Day, April 17, 2014. Be sure to come…Continue
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Themed materials for the 2014 Teen Read Week™ theme, Turn Dreams into Reality @ your library are now available at the ALA Store! Materials range from posters to bookmarks, and more. All ALA and YALSA members receive a 10% discount on their orders.
Teen Read Week will be celebrated October 12-18, 2014.
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Watch this video and find out!
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The moment you all have been waiting for is now here!
The theme for Teen Read Week™ 2014 is Turn Dreams into Reality @ your library.
Teen Read Week 2014 will take place October 12-18.
The site will officially go live on Celebrate Teen Literature Day, April 17, 2014.
See you all then!
Please support our new online campaign we created via Thunderclap in support of library services for teens!
Our goal is to increase awareness about the importance of library services for teens and its cruciaol role in helping them develop critical literacy skills.
How Thunderclap works:
The Thunderclap allows people to pledge a Twitter, Tumblr or Facebook message that is unleashed at the same time. It’s completely safe and will automatically post exactly one message on…Continue
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Teens can now vote for their favorite titles for the 2013 Teens' Top Ten!
Vote now through October 19.
The top ten titles with the most votes will be named the official titles of the 2013 Teens' Top Ten.
Winners will be announced the week of October 21st.
Happy voting! http://www.ala.org/yalsa/reads4teens/
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Registrants of the Teen Read Week website can sign up to participate in a free webinar called Seek the Unknown in the Blink of an Eye. Join YALSA as we travel the YA literary world via booktalk seeking the unknown through 25+ titles!
The webinar takes place on August 22nd, from 2pm - 3pm ET. The first 100 people who sign up with the link below will be able to participate.There will also be a recording of the webinar available afterwards.…Continue
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If you missed the live chat hosted by YALSA's TRW Committee, you can check out the online archive. And be sure to mark your calendar for the next Teen Read Week Twitter chat: Sept. 3rd from 1-2, eastern!
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First time planning Teen Read Week? Or maybe you're just looking for some help on how to market your Teen Read Week. Check out our Teen Read Week Marketing Tips & Ideas PowerPoint!
The Marketing Tips & Ideas PowerPoint is now available under the Planning Tab in Publicity Tools.
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Want new books for your library? Through a generous donation from Dollar General, we're giving away 20 sets of the 2013 Teens' Top Ten books to libraries in need!
Apply today! The deadline to apply by is September 1st.
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In relation to this year's TRW theme of "Seeking the Unknown", teens can celebrate the theme even further by "exploring" the moon!
Interested? Keep reading for more info!
Help Teens Explore the Unknown Moon
International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN) is an annual event that is dedicated to encouraging people to ‘look up’ and take notice of our nearest neighbor, the Moon. From looking at the Moon with a naked eye to using the most sensitive telescope, every year…Continue
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