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Contents List of Boxes Preface Acknowledgments 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 Appendixes A Popular Authors Lists B Sure Bets C Teen Selected Awards Glossary Bibliography Index
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.