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                Storytelling                      Teen Genreflecting                Libraries Supporting

              Art and Technique                 A Readers’ Advisory               Online Learning
                5TH EDITION |                   and Collection                    Practical Strategies and
              JANICE M. DEL NEGRO, EDITOR       Development Guide                 Best Practices
                                                  4TH EDITION |     SARAH FLOWERS             CHRISTINA D. MUNE
                                                AND SAMUEL STAVOLE-CARTER,
                                                FOREWORD BY
                                                DIANA TIXIER HERALD












               June 2021 ,  449pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
              Paperback: 978-1-4408-7208-2
               $65.00 ,  £49.00 ,  €55,00                                          October 2020 ,  168pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
              eBook: 978-1-4408-7209-9                                            Paperback: 978-1-4408-6175-8
                                                                                   $55.00 ,  £41.00 ,  €46,00
                                                 September 2020 ,  259pp ,  7x10
                This book serves as both a textbook   Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7272-3   eBook: 978-1-4408-6176-5
              and reference for faculty and students    $60.00 ,  £45.00 ,  €50,00
              in LIS courses on storytelling and   eBook: 978-1-4408-7273-0             Using practical examples from
              a professional guide for practicing                                 librarians in the field, this book lays
              librarians, particularly youth services   Teen Genreflecting serves as a   out current issues in online learning
              librarians in public and school libraries.   guide to contemporary teen fiction,   and teaches librarians how to adapt a
                                                encompassing every genre and format,   variety of library services—including
                FEATURES                        including graphic novels, scrapbook-  instruction, reference, and collection
              •  Offers readers a thorough overview   formatted books, verse novels,   development—to online education.
                of the role of story and storytelling in
                the library                     historical fiction, speculative fiction,     FEATURES
              •  Gives a convincing argument for the   contemporary realistic fiction,  •  Offers practical strategies to librarians
                value of storytelling           and more.                           responsible for supporting hybrid and
              •  Provides practical tips on selecting,     FEATURES                 online courses and degree programs
                preparing, and telling stories  •  Helps librarians find the right book  as well as MOOCs
              •  Presents insights on storytelling   for their teen users         •  May be easily adopted as a library
                to specific populations, including   •  Helps librarians develop current,   science textbook for those teaching
                children, young adults, and those   diverse, and robust teen collections  instructional design, instructional
                with special needs              •  Provides libraries with a        technology, distance librarianship, or
              •  Includes an extensive list of resources   comprehensive list of recent  academic library issues courses
                                                  teen fiction                    •  Includes case studies on assessment
                                                                                    information and grant writing for
                JANICE M. DEL NEGRO , PhD, is                                       administrators and library advocates
              tenured associate professor at the     SARAH FLOWERS  is a retired librarian
              Graduate School of Library and    from California and a past president
              Information Science at Dominican   of the Young Adult Library Services     CHRISTINA D. MUNE , MLIS, was online
              University in River Forest, Illinois.   Association (YALSA), a division of the   learning librarian for San José State
                                                American Library Association.     University, in San José, CA, before
                                                                                  serving as director of information
                                                SAMUEL STAVOLE-CARTER is a        technology services and most recently
                                                product support specialist at OverDrive   as associate dean of innovation and
                                                and a former teacher and librarian.   resource management.


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