Tantalizing Tidbits for Teens

Tantalizing Tidbits for Teens : Quick Booktalks for the Busy High School Library Media Specialist

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Library media specialists are always pushed for time, but reading encouragement shouldn't get left behind. This collection of over 150 booktalks is based on the best-of-the-best award-winning books for grades 9-12, with many taken from the American Library Association's and International Reading Association's recommended reading lists. Each of these intriguing booktalks can be completed in just one or two minutes. Booktalks include suggested curriculum connections and techniques to integrate books into the classroom curriculum. Middle-school library media specialists can also use these booktalks for their mature readers.This handy guide is currently the only resource that gives you short booktalks for young adults only, so start "talking" that book to your teen students today! * Thoroughly indexed by author, title, subject, curriculum connection and genre * Annotations provide additional information about the plot, characters, and setting * Purchasing information for hardback and/or paperback includedshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 136 pages
  • 210.8 x 274.3 x 10.2mm | 362.88g
  • ABC-CLIO
  • Linworth Publishing, Incorporated
  • Worthington, United States
  • English
  • 1586830171
  • 9781586830175

About Ruth Cox E. Clark

Ruth E. Cox Clark is associate professor in the Department of Library Science & Instructional Technology, College of Education at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. Her publications include the Tantalizing Tidbits books.show more

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"The pages of this book are packed with a lot of valuable information for librarians who do booktalk programs and would like some current titles or for those who wish to get started. Author Ruth Cox-Clark's choices are current with several 2005 copyrights and each entry has everything a person needs to do a good job. For each of the 75 titles the following information is provided: bibliographic, author's Web site, at least three subject headings, genre, grade level, an annotation, a sample booktalk, page numbers for possible excerpts, curriculum connections with quick ideas and activities, and a list of other similar titles. The author provides information about professional reading lists and book awards aimed at this age level. Techniques are discussed. Cox-Clark includes several useful indices: authors, titles, and subjects. She concludes with an evaluation form that can be handed out to listeners to quickly see how the presentation went. After reading through this title, I found lots of usable material. There are also several books I want to read and booktalk. This book really gives librarians who have not done much booktalking a good start. For those who have little time, and are getting busier and busier, it gives new fast ideas. Highly Recommended." - Library Media Connectionshow more

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