Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, 4th ed.-Attention librarians!

No, this book isn’t out yet. But you can help make it so. Below is a message from the co-authors seeking input. I wanted to share it here with any readers so as to spread the message far and wide. Besides, I know the authors and they super cool YA librarians and super cool people.

Subject: We need your feedback to make the 4th edition of Connecting Young Adults and Libraries the best, ever!

Hello teen librarians, LSTs, youth advocates, library school professors, grad school students, and anyone else who might have an interest in helping shape the next edition of Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, the book that Mary K. Chelton claims “has everything—clear philosophical goals for the service grounded in developmental assets; an incredible list of how-tos by authors who have been there, done that; a lively text; and a rock-solid understanding of the real kids who need us, not the fantasy kids we often confuse with them.”

If you have read or used the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd edition of our professional book, Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, we need your feedback to help make the 4th edition as comprehensive and practical as possible. We will be collecting all survey responses on Monday, July 24.

If you have a copy of any edition of Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, it might be helpful to have it in front of you as you answer these questions. It’s not necessary, but it will be helpful. When you’re ready to begin, click on the link below to get started with the simple 10-question survey. If you’d like to leave the survey at any time, just click “Exit this survey”. Your answers will be saved.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=eXKBV1NeIp9SQ_2bkv6lHj_2fQ_3d_3d

Thanks for your input – we appreciate it!


Michele Gorman and Tricia Suellentrop

Co-authors of Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, 3rd edition
comixlibrarian@aol.com; triciasuellentrop@gmail.com

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