Table of contents for Serving teens through readers' advisory / Heather Booth.

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List of Boxes
Part 1	What Do We Do and Why Do We Do It?
1	A Brief History of Teens and Reading in Libraries
2	Why Teens Need to Read, Why They Want to Read
Part 2	Foundations
3	What Is Readers? Advisory, and Why Is Readers? Advisory for Teens Different?
4	Tips for the Generalist: What to Do If You Haven?t Read Teen Fiction since You Were Their Age
Part 3	Taking Action
5	Opening the Readers? Advisory Interview
6	Detecting Interest
7	Articulating Appeal
Part 4	Special Circumstances
8	Readers? Advisory for Homework Assignments
9	Readers? Advisory by Proxy
Part 5	Resources
10	Beyond Lists: Using Resources to Move Past Award Winners
11	Creating Resource Lists for Staff
12	Indirect Readers? Advisory and Marketing
A	Popular Authors Lists
B	Sure Bets
C	Teen Selected Awards

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Readers' advisory services -- United States.
Libraries and teenagers -- United States.
Teenagers -- Books and reading -- United States.
Young adult literature -- Bibliography.