Teen Library Displays

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Do you believe in magic? library display. Magic books, fantasy books, wizards, ya literature, high school library, Halloween, library display ideas

Do you believe in magic? library display. Magic books, fantasy books, wizards, ya literature, high school library, Halloween, library display ideas

Found at a middle school in my district. Perfect for a Valentine's library display

Found at a middle school in my district. Perfect for a Valentine's library display

Pac Man library display.  The sign reads "Take a Byte out of books"  The Ghost is ignorance.  The small yellow dots are covers of yellow books.

Pac Man takes over the library! #librarydisplay

Pac Man has taken over the library for the week, accompanied by a display of fiction and non-fiction books that feature video games. The ideas for this sign and the pac man board on the floor came from Pinterest. I added two things to the sign: The ghost has the word "ignorance" written at the…

catagator:  I might have to try this for a passive program next month (like “Blind Date with a Book,” but without having to figure out a cir...

just another teen librarian blog

Someone posted this idea on my Facebook page awhile back. Me, I ALWAYS know what I want to read next. However, it may be difficult task for others. Instead of just another booklist, make picking out a...

We should have the right to think for ourselves #BannedBooksWeek

20 images to share during Banned Books Week

Images and infographics to share during Banned Books Week - and every time you see someone stops people's right to read freely.

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Publisher Quirk Books made these Banned Books bookmarks for anyone to use! Stick it in your favorite dangerous read.

History Books • WildBlue Press

History books from WildBlue Press cover ranges from Rasputin to North Korea and many other controversial and interesting historical topics between.

Banned Books Week Bookmark

Ideas & Resources

The ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom (OIF) offers a variety of resources for libraries, schools, and other organizations that want to get involved with and promote Banned Books Week. Stock up on promotional material from the ALA Store, download free images, and learn about hosting community programs that celebrate your freedom to read. Banned Books Week Q&A - This resource offers issues, strategies, and resources for preparing your professional community (teacher librarians and public…

Banned Books week- A passive program

Looking for something easy to do for Banned Books week? Try asking the following question: I am happy with the results and I have watched it spark quite a few discussions among the teens. It…

Passive Programs and Other Experiential Library Doings

In the books I loved to read as a kid, libraries are crazy old buildings full of secrets. The Treasure of Alpheus Winterborn sends Anthony Monday all over the library, following obscure clues to u…

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#SJYALit: Government Dystopia Booklist - Teen Librarian Toolbox

The day after Independence Day seems like a good day to share a list of titles that focuses on government dystopias. Democracy is an active process that all must participate in and work to preserve. Here are some books that look at what happens when governments go bad and we fail to hold our elected […]