For those of you who don’t already know, the Collaborative Summer Library Program‘s teen theme for 2012 is “Own the Night”, which calls to mind all manner of creepy, fun programs.’ Also, a lot of the books on this year’s Best Fiction for Young Adults list lend themselves to these creepy, fun ideas. Here are two “Own the Night” themed programs for the 2012 BFYA pick, Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake. Read More →
Please help YALSA’s MAE Award committee help publicize our monetary award by spreading the word. If you know of someone who you feel would qualify, encourage them to apply AND become a YALSA member. Every bit helps in these tough economic times!
Win $500 and an additional $500 for your library with the MAE Award for Best Literature Program for Teens
Here’s your chance to win $500 for your pocket and another $500 for your library!’ YALSA members are eligible to apply for this award recognizing an outstanding reading or literature program for young adults.’ If you have created an exceptional reading or literature program in the 12 months before December 1st consider applying for the MAE Award for Best Literature Program for Teens.’ The MAE Award is sponsored by the Margaret A. Edwards Trust.’ The winner receives $500 and additional $500 for their library.
Application forms can be downloaded at http://www.ala.org/yalsa/awards&grants and must be emailed to Nichole Gilbert at email@example.com by December 1.
Not a member of YALSA?’ It’s not too late to join.’ ‘ Please note that it may take up to 2 months for new memberships to be fully processed.’ New members should send an electronic copy of their membership application with the grant application.
For questions, contact Alexandra Tyle-Annen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reward yourself for bringing young adults and books together and encouraging the development of life-long reading habits.’ Apply today!