Monday, January 23 is the date for the press conference where the Michael L. Printz Award, among others, will be announced. Do you have ideas what it will be?
Also at the Midwinter Conference the selection committees will be completing their work in order to publish their annual lists. This includes Quick Picks for Young Adult Readers, Popular Paperbacks, Best Books, and Selected Audio Books.
Stay tuned on this blog for more information on the midwinter conference, awards, and lists.
There have been several good reports and articles lately about teen, teen literacy, and teens and technology. They include:
It’s going to be quite a night. Video games supplied by Game Crazy. Trading card games supplied by Upper Deck. Over 70 librarians ready to play and mingle. Any one who attends the gaming night will get a chance to play games, ask questions of people (including teens) who know about gaming, and find out what their peers are doing with games and gaming in the library.
The Teens and Technology Institute is just 10 days away. We are geared up for a great program which will include:
It’s a full agenda with lots of time built-in for interaction between participants.