Wednesday, April 24, 2013

YALSA announces 2013 Teens’ Top Ten nominations

Logo: "Teens' Top Ten"
Last year at this time, I was enrolled in a class focused on library service to teens. It was only natural during a semester-long discussion of web-based resources for teens, to recommend the Young Adult Library Services Association’s Teens’ Top Ten.

This week YALSA released the 2013 nominations for the Teens’ Top Ten. The 28 books were published between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2012.

The nominees were chosen by Teens’ Top Ten book groups. Last year YALSA was accepting applications to participate in the Teens’ Top Ten. The teen book groups are led by an adviser and the teens read and evaluate books submitted by participating publishers.

Readers ages 12 to 18 will vote online in August and September. The winners will be announced during Teen Read Week, Oct. 13 to 19.

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