Table of contents for Extreme teens : library services to nontraditional young adults / Sheila B. Anderson.

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Contents
Introduction
1-----What It Means to be Extreme: Understanding Nontraditional Teens
Who is the Extreme Teen?
	Demographics of Extreme Teens
	Statistics About Extreme Teens
		Facts About Abortion
		Facts About Teen Pregnancy
		Facts About Dropouts
		High School Dropouts by Age, Race, and Hispanic Origin
		Juvenile Arrests for Selected Offenses, 2001
		Facts About Teen Mothers and Their Children
		Foster Care Facts
		Extreme Teen Tidbits: People Who Were Nontraditional as Teens
		Extreme Teen Tidbits: Books Made Into Movies About Extreme 				Teens
		Extreme Teen Tidbits: Librarians Who Were Extreme as Teens
	Educational Situations
		Unschooling
			Resources About Unschooling
		Homeschooling
			Extreme Teen Tidbits: Reasons Why Teens Are Schooled 	
				at Home
			Resources About Homeschooling
		Dual Enrollment
			Extreme Teen Tidbits: Teens Involved in Dual Enrollment
		Dropouts
			Extreme Teen Tidbits: Which Teens Drop Out of High 					School
		Literacy and Reluctant Readers
			Resources About Literacy and Reluctant Readers
		English as a Second Language and Immigrant Teens
			Resources About ELS and Immigrant Teens
	Living Situations
		Homeless Teens and Runaways
			Extreme Teen Tidbits: Reasons Teens are Runaways or 					Homeless
			Resources about Homelessness and Runaways
		Foster Care
			Reasources About Foster Care
		Delinquency, Incarceration, and Violence
			Resources About Delinquency, Incarceration, and Violence
		Emancipated and Independent Teenagers
		Married and Cohabitationg Teenagers
			Sexual Identity and Activity
			Resources About Sexuality
			Pregnant and Parenting Teenagers
				Resources About Pregnant and Parenting Teenagers
	Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, and Questioning Teens
		Resources about GLBTQ Teens
Conclusion
Works Cited
For Further Reading		
2-----Outside the Mainstream: Service to Extreme Teens 
	Staff Selection
	Staff Training
		In-house Training
		Library Organizations
		Conferences
	Networking
	Learning About Adolescent Stages
	Special Considerations in Serving Extreme Teens	
	The Public Library Is Our Library: Serving Homeschoolers
	High School in the Morning and College this Evening: Serving Dual-			Enrollment Students
	For Those Who Did Not Stay in School: Serving Dropouts
	Can Johnny Read Yet? Literacy and Reluctant Readers
	Is This Land Your Land? ESL and Immigrant Teens
	It's a Big, Scary World Out There: Serving Homeless and Runaway Teens
	Busted: Serving Delinquent and Incarcerated Teens
		Helping Juvenile Delinquents
		Providing Outreach to Incarcerated Teens
		Extreme Teen Tidbits: I'm a Juvie Hall Junkie!
		Extreme Teen Tidbits: Responses From Teens at the Ocean County 			Juvenile Detention Center
		Extreme Teen Tidbits: A Glimpse Inside the Northeast Juvenile 				Detention Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana
		Extreme Teen Tidbits: How Juvenile Center Employees 					Responded When Asked, "What Should Librarians
			Know About Working With Delinquent Teens?"
	Free at Last: Serving Emancipated Teens
	With This Ring: Serving Married and Cohabitation Teens
	When the Condom (and water) Breaks: Serving Pregnant and Parenting 			Teens
	Not Just for the Birds and the Bees: Sexual Identity and Lifestyle
	Out and Proud: Serving Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, and 			Questioning Teens
		Extreme Teen Tidbits: A Sampling of Web Pages Featuring 				Booklists for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, and 				Questioning Teens
	Conclusion
	Works Cited
	For Further Reading
3-----Extreme Resources: Building Collections 
	Determining Policies and Your Audience 
		Works About Weeding
	Fiction
		Extreme Teens: Chronology of Benchmark Novels
			About Nontraditional Teens
		Extreme Teens: Insightful Quotations from Teen Literature	
	Nonfiction
	Special Considerations in Providing Materials About GLBQT Issues	
	Dewey Know Dewey?
	Booklists, Pamphlets, and Magazines
	Beyond Books: Online Resources, Videos, DVDs, Audiobooks, and 			Software
Suggested Resources
Fiction About Incarceration
Fiction About Violence and Delinquency
Nonfiction About Delinquency, Incarceration, and Violence
DVDs and Videos about Delinquency, Incarceration, and Violence
Organizations and Online Resources about Delinquency, 				Incarceration, and Violence
Fiction About Dropouts
Fiction About Emancipated Teens
Nonfiction About Emancipated Teens
Fiction About Teens in Foster Care
Videos About Teens in Foster Care
Organizations and Online Resources About Foster Care
Fiction About Married Teens
Fiction About Homelessness
Fiction About Runaways
Nonfiction About Homelessness and Runaways
Organizations and Online Resources About Homelessness and 			Runaways
Videos About Homelessness
Nonfiction About Homelessness
Fiction About Teen Immigrants and ESL
Nonfiction About ESL and Immigrant Teens
Organizations and Online Resources About ESL and Immigrant 			Teens
Fiction About Pregnant and Parenting Teens
Nonfiction About Pregnant and Parenting Teens
Board Games and Software for Pregnant and Parenting Teens
Organizations and Online Resources for Pregnant and Parenting 			Teens
Fiction About Sexuality
Nonfiction About Sexuality
Organizations and Online Resources About Sexuality
Fiction About Same-Sex Parents and GLBTQ Teens
	General
	Bisexuality
	Gays
	Lesbians
	Same-sex parents
	Transgender
Nonfiction for GLBTQ Teens
	General
	Bisexuality
	Gays
	Lesbians
	Transgender
	Same-sex parents
DVDs and Videos about Same-Sex Parents and GLBTQ Teens
Organizations and Online Resources for GLBTQ Teens
Conclusion
Works Cited
For Further Reading
4-----Beyond the Regular Routine: Promoting the Library and Resources
	Promotion Assessment
		Promoting Programs
		Extreme Teen Tidbits: Places to Promote Programs with Flyers 
	A Sense of Place
	Learning From Extreme Teens
	Networking in the Extreme Teen Community
	Administrative Support
	Don't Just Talk, Just Booktalk	
		Learning to Booktalk
		Extreme Teen Tidbits: Blurbs of Advice About Booktalking
		Sample Booktalks
			Booktalks About Delinquency, Incarceration, and Violence
				Hole in My Life by Jack Gantos
				Juvenile by Joseph Rodriguez
				Confessions of a Teenage Delinquent by Abigail 						Vona
			A Booktalk About Emancipated Teens
				Don't You Dare Read This, Mrs. Dunphrey by 
					Margaret Peterson Haddix
			A Booktalk About a Bisexual Teen
				Empress of the World by Sara Ryan
			A Booktalk About Runaway Teens
				Wonder When You'll Miss Me: a novel by Amanda 					Davis
				Nothing to Lose by Alex Flinn
			Booktalks About Homeless Teens
				Mary Wolf by Cynthia D. Grant
			A Booktalk About a Pregnant and Parenting Teen
				First Part Last by Angela Johnson
Conclusion
Works Cited
For Further Reading
Conclusion

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Libraries and teenagers -- United States.
Young adults' libraries -- Activity programs -- United States.
Young adults' libraries -- Collection development -- United States.
Teenagers -- Books and reading -- United States.
Young adult literature -- Bibliography.