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Title: Metamorphasizing Your Library for teens and tweens: Transforming your library into a teen magnet


1
Metamorphasizing Your Library for teens and
tweensTransforming your library into a teen
magnet
  • Patrick Jones
  • Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • www.connectingYA.com

2
  • If I could run the library for one day I would
    have have bands in to entertain us, workshops
    like creative writing programs, game days so kids
    could play Magic the gathering or D D, and
    events for parents and teens about college and
    financial aid. --quote from a teen in a focus
    group in Minnesota.

3
WHATS THE FREQUENCY
  • WHO (you, me, them)
  • WHEN
  • WHERE
  • WHAT (learning objectives)

4
Objectives
  • I. Objectives
  • Answer FAQs about summer programming for teens
    and tweens
  • Identify the elements of successful summer
    programs for teens and tweens
  • Investigate techniques such as booktalking to
    attract for teens and tweens

5
Methods
  • Lecture with Power Point
  • Discussion with small group activities
  • Handouts and accompanying web pages

6
WHY do teen after school programming?
  • Increase use of the collection and other core
    services
  • Inform, entertain, and enrich teens
  • Attract new users or current users to use the
    library differently
  • Promote the library in a positive light in the
    community
  • Increase youth involvement opportunities
  • Support healthy youth development

7
Everything to scale
8
Program This!
9
WHATS THE FREQUENCY a how-to-do-it workshop
  • But I put out the flyer
  • - Stock excuse number 1 on why a program or
    service didnt meet expectations.

10
Exercise 1
  • What are the biggest obstacles to getting teens
    and tweens to attend programs?

11
WHAT is programming for teens?
  • Staff intensive
  • Involve a hired presenter
  • Use a teen presenter with knowledge or expertise
  • Be totally teen planned, implemented and
    evaluated.
  • Be highly interactive on the teens own time and
    always available
  • Be almost spontaneous

12
The Developmental Needs of Teenagers
  • Physical Activity
  • 2. Competence and Achievement
  • 3. Self-Definition
  • 4. Creative Expression
  • 5. Positive Social Interaction with Peers and
    Adults
  • 6. Structure and Clear Limits
  • 7. Meaningful Participation

13
What types of programs appeal to teens?
  • Cultural -
  • Informational
  • Educational
  • Recreational

14
Connecting Young Adults and LibrariesPatrick
Joneshttp//www.connectingya.com
  • Exercise 2
  • Dewey or dont we know good topics for school age
    programs?

15
Connecting Young Adults and LibrariesPatrick
Joneshttp//www.connectingya.com
16
HOW do you plan teen programming?
  • Ideas
  • Ask and answer the 5Ws
  • Implementation
  • Evaluation
  • Education

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5W 1H
  • WHAT IS THE PROGRAM (title / description /
    objectives)
  • WHO IS THE AUDIENCE (age, gender, target
    schools)
  • WHEN/WHERE WILL IT TAKE PLACE (date, time, and
    location)
  • WHY WILL IT SUCCEED (partnerships, youth
    involvement, development needs)
  • HOW WILL BE PROMOTED

18
  • What are examples of successful tween and teen
    programs?

19
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Teen drama club over the summer on weekly basis.
    Picked and then presented a play. Now, monthly
    basis.

20
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Card and comic book club on Saturday afternoons.
    Kids trade with each other and with library.
    Play card games such as magic the gathering.
    Door prizes and refreshments.

21
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • LSTA grant buy dig cameras grades 4 8 set up
    eye-spy teams with local historians took photos
    of historic sites zoom in, wrote clues on the
    web.

22
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • During summer, using Gates computers. Offered
    training beyond use of the Internet to use
    programs loaded on computers. Instruction in
    use classes they could sign-up.

23
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • T-shirt decoration teens create their own
    t-shirts to wear when they volunteer.

24
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Program in schools a brown bag lunch program with
    middle school. Visiting twice a month, book
    discussion group over lunch. Library buys
    paperbacks for students. Librarian presented an
    award to teacher who organized project.

25
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Poster designing contest for the summer reading
    program theme. Anime style was the winner got
    used on the public relations materials. Teen
    was then hired to work at branch.

26
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • For Teen Read Week, photographer took pix of
    teens in various locations which were then used
    in libraries with slogans on them.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Mystery night written her own script, involving
    police department, etc. Clue(Upstart Doubledog
    Press Plano

28
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Teen Arcade in Gates training room

29
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Every time a teen attends a program or
    volunteers, ask them to give email address and
    get invites to school programs.

30
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Last September turned volunteens in puppet
    performing troupe (puppet teens). Help prepare
    scripts, make props, develop scenery, and
    perform.

31
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Library has developed outreach programs with a
    wide range of agencies which also serve teens,
    such as the workforce center, a program for teen
    mothers (New Beginnings), GED/ESL classes, key
    contacts in the mental health community,
    Juvenile Detention Center including donations of
    materials, and educational community/alternative
    high school

32
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Developed a Mother and daughter book club.
    Program recognizes fact found in many suburban
    library systems that parents must be involved or
    be supportive of teen programs if they are to
    provide transportation.

33
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • . Poetry contest in the spring. YAs could
    submit two poems. Capped off by an open mike
    night to announce winners (Friends group supply
    prizes). Over 70 Yas attended last event.
    Success due to teachers getting involved and
    interested. Also lead to the publication of the
    compiled poems. Short story contest following
    same plan in the summer.

34
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • . Teen Art Show had over 100 entries. Art put on
    display in YA area and all over the library.
    Reception held to honor artists drew over 75
    people to the library in the summer.

35
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Book discussion groups at the held during the
    summer. Teens read books, discuss, and have
    interacted with authors via telephone. One
    group member now leads a book discussion group
    for younger kids. Article in October VOYA.

36
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • For Teen Read Week, librarians cooperated with
    cable access channel and high school to produce
    30 second spots about using the library
    featuring leaders from local high school .

37
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Developed partnership with parks and recreation
    department. In their promotional materials, they
    advertise library programs. Similar programs with
    community education to promote library programs.

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Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Received funding from the Arts Council for an
    arts project work with artist to create large
    scale puppets, involving students ages 8 14.
    Worked with special program at high school off
    campus supply two teen interns who interested in
    art and education

39
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Teen summer volunteer programs which allow teens
    opportunity to manage childrens summer reading
    program, help with programming duties, assist
    with shelving juvenile materials, and other
    tasks.

40
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • . Library publishes zines filled with artwork,
    reviews, poetry, and short fiction. These are
    created and edited by small groups of teenagers,
    primarily high school students which are then
    distributed to area schools.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES FROM INDIANA
  • Hammond Public Library
  • Teen Pizza Game Night After Hours Program
  • Battle of The Bands program held outside
  • Funded by Friends of the Library and planned with
    Teen Advisory Board

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES FROM INDIANA
  • Programs _at_ Clinton Public Library
  • Movie nights (teens help pick and snacks), craft
    days (especially during the winter), and summer
    reading program (reached out to schools,
    partnered with middle school program where
    students win prizes and CASH!!). Teens 11 18
    read over 38,000 pages for the middle school.

43
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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES FROM INDIANA
  • Youth involvement _at_Jasper Public Library
  • Summer teen volunteer program helped out. This
    past year did reading buddy programs. Teens
    would sign up to read on Mondays to younger
    children, who would sign up. Very successful.
    Teens enjoyed it, and continued to show up.
  • Programs _at_ Jasper Public Library
  • Instant winner put stop on certain books, if
    teen checked out book, would win something.

44
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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES FROM INDIANA
  • Programs _at_ Johnson County
  • Acting workshop conducted by library staff member
    / community theater member.

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onnectingya.com
  • Programs _at_ IMCPL
  • Teen work with published artist to create a comic
    book, each teen had different tasks. Was
    supposed to last only one month, still going on
    until October.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES FROM INDIANA
  • Programs _at_ IMCPL
  • . Sidewalk slam could write poems / draw art
    on sidewalk which included working with artist.
    Frame art work. This lead to revamping teen
    area, which gives it unique look. Organized
    school club (poetry club) came to event and wants
    to continue to help out.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES FROM INDIANA
  • Program _at_ Westfield
  • X-box game hooked up two x-boxes together,
    shown on projector, and they played against each
    other. Game was Halo. Also Battle of the Bands,
    and henna tattoo. Success breeds success.

48
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Programs _at_
  • Chess club

49
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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES FROM INDIANA
  • Programs _at_ Westfield
  • Intergenerational program of teens reading to
    seniors in nursing homes. YAHOO program funded
    by United Way youth as resources.

50
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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES IN IOWA
  • Youth Involvement _at_ North Liberty Community
    Library, North Liberty
  • Hired a teen library assistant and gave him
    responsibility for updating library webpage (his
    brother designed the original webpage as a teen
    volunteer)

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES IN IOWA
  • _at_Coralville Public Library
  • Our TAB members wrote the script and put together
    a commercial to promote this years summer reading
    program. The citys cable guy agreed to film and
    edit it. We will be showing it at the junior high
    school during morning announcements and also on
    the city cable network.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES IN IOWA
  • Promotion_at_Monticello Elementary School. Took
    pictures of all the kindergarteners and first
    graders with their favorite books. Also included
    all school personnel, secretaries, cooks,
    custodians. Put up a bulletin board before
    parent teacher conferences that said Check Us
    Out. Kids loved finding their pictures.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES IN IOWA
  • _at_Wilton Public Library. Developed a Reading
    Buddy Program during the summer partnering Teen
    Board members with students in Title I reading.
    Each week during June and July the students meet
    with their partner for half an hour to read and
    discuss books.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES IN IOWA
  • Programs_at_Betttendorf Public Library/Iowa
  • Role Playing Group meets every other weekend for
    3 hours. They play DD, BattleTech, etc.
    Library is responsible for meeting room,
    promotion and photocopies. Teens run the games.
    Group has been in existence for well over 5
    years.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES IN IOWA
  • Programs_at_Cedar Rapids Public Library
  • Mystery Pizza Program We got cheese pizzas
    donated by seven pizza places and then the kids
    guessed who made which pizza. This program
    attracted more boys than girls. We also did a
    craft program while results were being tabulated.
    We got good reviews from those participating.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES IN IOWA
  • _at_
  • Summer reading program prize be librarian for a
    day get to behind the desk, go shopping, buy
    stuff.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES IN IOWA
  • Collections_at_ Bondurant Community
  • Library Nintendo Game Cube Player and about 15
    games to go with it. Youth, esp. boys ages 8-15
    come to library regularly to have gameplay time,
    and from timt to time they checkout materials and
    read the magazines, esp. GameInformer Nintendo
    Power

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICES FROM INDIANA
  • Programs _at_ Monroe County
  • Garage Band event get out of the way of good
    people and let them do their jobs. More
    attention that paid to it by administration.
    Spaces in library designed so teen can hang out.
    No need for signs.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Program _at_ Mokena Public Library
  • Teen coffee house program Held in activity
    room. Food and drink. Wednesdays after school.

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onnectingya.com
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • Special Projects _at_ Stillwater Public Library
    Received funding from the Arts Council for an
    arts project work with artist to create large
    scale puppets, involving students ages 8 14.
    Student then used puppet during summer to put on
    programs at library and in the community

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Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • PROGRAMS
  • Book discussion groups at the held during the
    summer. Teens read books, discuss, and have
    interacted with authors via telephone. One
    group member now leads a book discussion group
    for younger kids.

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Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • YOUTH INVOLVE
  • Teen summer volunteer programs which allow teens
    opportunity to manage childrens summer reading
    program, help with programming duties, assist
    with shelving juvenile materials, and other
    tasks. Most successful are those which allow
    teens opportunity to be creative.

63
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • .Sleepovers at the library issued library cards,
    story times, food, and staff involvement. Staff
    was there to supervise. 11 and 12 year old who
    were not primarily library users.

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Connecting Young Adults and Libraries
  • BEST PRACTICE
  • PSAT study night tips on how to take the PSAT.
    Teacher from Kaplan.

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Program This!
  • Acting class
  • Author visit by Anna Pearl Barrett
  • ASPIRE Olympics
  • Bats! (Nature to go)
  • Bead crafts
  • Birthday bashes
  • Blue Gnus

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Program This!
  • Ice Cream
  • Juneteenth
  • Kid Kix
  • Kung Fu
  • Mad Science
  • Magic show
  • Magic the gathering
  • Modeling with clay

67
Program This!
  • Clown show
  • Computer camps
  • Computer shirt
  • Father's Day craft
  • Fly hip hop dance
  • FotoFest
  • Galveston trip
  • Game Days

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Program This!
  • Scrapbook
  • Sign language
  • Snakes!
  • Solar system
  • SPCA
  • Stain glass craft
  • artist Teena Goldstein
  • Tie Dye shirt

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  • Exercise 3
  • What are your successful teen and tween programs?

70
What are the elements of developing successful
teen programs?
  • Popularity of the topic
  • Promotion, not just publicity.
  • Making connections with what is happening in the
    lives of teenagers.
  • High touch the best model for teen programs is
    NOT story time (we perform the audience
    watches), but toddler time we provide an
    interactive experience consist with the
    development needs of the child.
  • Youth involvement
  • Define success and expectations
  • Partnering with schools, school group, and youth
    serving organization

71
Connecting Young Adults and LibrariesPatrick
Joneshttp//www.connectingya.com
ask kids
  • THE NUMBER ONE WAY TO PLAN DEVELOP AND
    IMPLEMENT A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL AGE PROGRAM

72
Connecting Young Adults and LibrariesPatrick
Joneshttp//www.connectingya.com
  • THE PROGRAMMING TAPESTRY
  • RECREATIONAL
  • EDUCATIONAL
  • CULTURAL
  • BUSINESS
  • YOUTH SERVING

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Joneshttp//www.connectingya.com
  • PARTNERSHIP ROLES
  • COMMUNICATIVE
  • COOPERATIVE
  • COLLOBRATIVE

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An equation for programming success
  • Collections plus cooperation plus customer focus
    equals success

75
Dont Tell, Sell The importance of booktalking
  • Patrick Jones
  • Connecting Young Adults and Libraries

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Don't Tell, Sell
  • FAQS
  • 1. What is booktalking?
  • 2. Who is the audience?
  • 3. What are the models?
  • 4. What are the rules?

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Don't Tell, Sell
  • FAQS
  • 1. What is booktalking?
  • What it is and
  • What it is not

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Don't Tell, Sell
  • FAQS
  • 2. Who is the audience?
  • Teens
  • Teachers
  • Tepid managers

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Don't Tell, Sell
  • FAQS
  • 3 What are the models?
  • Blurbs Music
  • Trailers WWF
  • Comics Stories

80
Don't Tell, Sell
  • FAQS
  • 4. What are the rules?
  • Dos
  • Donts
  • Types

81
Don't Tell, Sell
  • FAQS
  • Types
  • Mood
  • Plot
  • Scene
  • Character

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Don't Tell, Sell
  • 3 Golden rules
  • Remember the audiences wants
  • Remember the audiences needs
  • Be dramatic, not theatrical

83
Don't Tell, Sell
  • Preparing
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Performing

84
Don't Tell, Sell
  • Preparing
  • Reading
  • Themes
  • Lists
  • Collection sitters
  • Reviews/booktalks

85
Don't Tell, Sell
  • Preparing
  • Writing
  • Start with the ending
  • Write backwards
  • Notes/index cards
  • Look for the hook

86
Don't Tell, Sell
  • Preparing
  • Performing
  • Set rules
  • Relax and enjoy
  • Be realistic
  • Learn from mistakes

87
Don't Tell, Sell
  • Improving
  • 1. Learning the hooks
  • 2. Learning the books
  • 3. Learning the elements of success

88
Cliffhanger
  • Crazy Horse Electric Game by Chris Crutcher

89
Repetition
  • Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause

90
Unexpected
  • The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause

91
Know a secret
  • Staying Fat for Sarah Brynes by Chris Crutcher

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Don't Tell, Sell
  • Improving
  • Learning the hooks
  • The Surprise Party

93
Don't Tell, Sell
  • Improving
  • Learning the books
  • What authors work
  • When and where
  • Core list

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Don't Tell, Sell
  • Improving
  • Learning the elements of success
  • Know the crowd, not too proud/too loud.
  • Speak to feelings, not lofty ceilings.
  • Don't just speak out seek out.

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Don't Tell, Sell
  • Use your style, not cards from a file.
  • Think stage, not printed page.
  • Be yourself, lose yourself.
  • No matter what you try, answer the questions
    "why"
  • Find the hook, push the book.
  • Don't tell, sell. .

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Don't Tell, Sell
  • PREPARING PRESENTATIONS
  • 1. Questions to ask
  • 2. How to begin/end/survive
  • 3. What to include/what to leave out
  • 4. Problems/solutions

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Don't Tell, Sell
  • PREPARING PRESENTATIONS
  • Questions to ask
  • demos
  • reading interests
  • reading levels
  • reading assignments
  • problems

98
Don't Tell, Sell
  • PREPARING PRESENTATIONS
  • How to begin/end/survive
  • Get over
  • Leave with a question
  • Sense of humor

99
Don't Tell, Sell
  • PREPARING PRESENTATIONS
  • What to include/what to leave out
  • mix of formats
  • mix of materials
  • mix of subjects

100
What are some of the best practices for promoting
library services to teens?
  • Be a good host
  • Be bilingual .
  • Book reviews
  • Book store look Post new book covers using
    color copies from Amazon
  • Build transportation money into grants.
  • Cable access TV

101
  • Date due slips
  • Email lists of teens
  • Fast Food .
  • Flyers which go anywhere but lying buried in a
    pile of other flyers.
  • Give away.
  • Loyalty
  • Mouse pads

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  • Parks and recreation departments
  • PTAs and other connectors
  • Regular open house or program
  • Reward teachers, other librarians, and library
    staff.
  • School announcements
  • School newspaper
  • School visits
  • Sell and show

103
  • Student ambassadors
  • Student clubs
  • Sun days
  • Tickets
  • Use the calendar
  • Web pages .
  • Youth group and youth serving organizations
  • Youth involvement

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Connecting Young Adults and LibrariesPatrick
Joneshttp//www.connectingya.com
ask kids
  • THE NUMBER ONE WAY TO PLAN DEVELOP AND
    IMPLEMENT A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL AGE PROGRAM

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Final thoughts
  • Date Thu, 15 Sep 2005 163426 -0700 (PDT)
  • From "Amanda
  • Subject Hi I loved your book
  • To Patrick_at_connectingya.com
  • My name is Amanda!!! I am 15 years old and I have
    just finished reading your book "Things Change".
    It has been the most inspiring thing that I have
    read in my life!!! See normally I do not enjoy
    reading but, this book just captured me and
    sucked me in!!! I have never finished a whole
    book, but this one I read it in two days flat!!!
     I have never read a book that related so well to
    teens today. You were so real when you wrote this
    book........ I was shocked to find that this
    was your first book dedicated to teens!!! I only
    wish that you write more!!! The girl Johanna was
    so strong it only made feel good about my self!!!
    I could relate to every single thing in the
    book.......  and it can only show to others that
    real things can happen to real people!!! And
    you told it like it was in the book..... I just
    wrote to tell you that you are now my favorite
    author!!! And I HOPE that you write many more
    teen books because I can guarantee you I will the
    first to get one!!!

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    2007

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For more information
  • Connecting Young Adults and Libraries A
    How-To-Do-It Manual, Third EditionBy Patrick
    Jones, Michele Gorman, and Tricia Suellentrop
  • Neal-Schuman, July 2004
  • 1-55570-508-1. 8 1/2 x 11 . 438 pp.

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Connecting Young Adults and LibrariesPatrick
Joneshttp//www.connectingya.com
  • Consulting, training, and coaching for providing
    powerful youth services including library card
    campaigns and web projects
  • patrick_at_connectingYA.com
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