Welcome to Library Lions special edition celebrating TEEN READ WEEK.
What are you doing for TRW?
TRW poster by YA Author Holly Cupala
Library Lions Gives a Roar for YALSA (the Young Adult Library Services Association)
What YALSA says about TEEN READ WEEK
“Teen Read Week is an initiative of the YALSA. Teen Read Week started in 1998. This year's theme is Books with Beat @ your library®. YALSA encourages teens to read poetry, audiobooks, books about music, and more. Libraries across the world celebrate Teen Read Week with a variety of special events and programs”
More on YALSA’s TEEN READ WEEK pg
Hear Author Nikki Grimes.
More ways Library Lions can celebrate:
1. Free a book from the Library shelf, crack open the pages like wings.
Try some of my favorites
by Justina Chen
by Holly Cupala
by Mitali Perkins
Celebrate the Beat with a Teen Novel in Verse
by Lorie Ann Grover
A Teen Fantasy
by Dia Calhoun
2. No matter what your reading taste -- free your inner teen and read an excellent Teen book. This week I’m reading Laini Taylor’s LIPS TOUCH THREE TIMES.
Laini's three tales are funny, scary, and delicious! By the way tonight (Oct 20th) Laini Taylor will join readergirlz for a live chat on Twitter. Come meet her and chat about her book.
3. Read In Public
Read on the subway, bus, in the park, in the grocery store line . . . everywhere.