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Booktalks

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Here are some links to sites that offer Booktalking Tips you will find helpful:

 

A blog from 3 Young Adult Librarians: 

http://theyayayas.wordpress.com/2008/10/15/booktalking-tips-2008/

 

Tips for Pikes Peak Public Library Teen Services:

http://booktalkingcolorado.ppld.org/Scripts/DinosamTips.asp

 

An article from Education World:

http://www.education-world.com/a_curr/curr214.shtml

 

The State Library of Vermont published a guide to preparing and presenting Booktalks:

http://libraries.vermont.gov/sites/libraries/files/cbec/booktalks.pdf

 

Booktalks from Scholastic - including video booktalks

http://www.scholastic.com/librarians/ab/booktalks.htm

 

 

Here is the webliography that was handed out at the workshop:

 

How to Give a Booktalk Webliography

ALA Notable Books. The annual best adult books list.

www.ala.org/rusa/

ALSC Website. The various ALSC award and recommended booklists are available here.

www.ala.org/alsc

Booklist Online.

www.booklistonline.com

The Booktalker. Master booktalker Joni Bodart’s site.

www.thebooktalker.com

Booktalking discussion group. Moderated by Joni Bodart.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/booktalking

Booktalking Ideas. From Daphne Jorgensen, “The 21st Century Librarian.” Last updated 6/18/01.

www.albany.edu/~dj2930/yabooktalking.html

Booktalks – Quick and simple. Created by New Hampshire librarian Nancy Keane.

http://nancykeane.com/booktalks/default.htm

Evergreen Young Adult Book Award. Booktalks for all titles nominated for this Washington

State book award, 2001-2007.

www.kcls.org/evergreen/booktalks/index.cfm

Get Real. Booktalking and Nonfiction Resource List from ALA’s 2003 conference.

www.ala.org/ala/yalsa/newsandeventsb/getrealresourcelist.pdf

Infopeople podcasts.

infopeople.org/resources/podcasts.html

Librarians at Random. Contains hundreds of booktalks for Random House imprint titles.

www.randomhouse.com/teachers/librarians/booktalks.html

Scholastic Librarians. Excellent source for booktalks about Scholastic titles.

teachers.scholastic.com/products/tradebooks/booktalks.htm

Teen Booktalks. Created by Carrie Falk, Shenandoah Public Library.

www.shenandoah.lib.ia.us/teen_booktalks.htm

YALSA Professional Development pages.

www.ala.org/ala/yalsa/profdev/professionaldevelopment.htm

YALSA website. All of the YALSA book awards and recommended booklists are here.

www.ala.org/yalsa

YALSA-BK. YALSA’s online book discussion site. To subscribe and to learn about other

YALSA electronic resources, go to

www.ala.org/yalsa/electronicresourcesb/websitesmailing.htm

 

 

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