Teen Programs with Punch: A Month-By-Month Guide by Valerie A. OttTeen Programs with Punch: A Month-By-Month Guide by Valerie A. Ott

Teen Programs with Punch: A Month-By-Month Guide

byValerie A. Ott

Paperback | September 5, 2000

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Looking for some fresh program ideas for your teen patrons? Want to change those bored expressions on teen faces to eager smiles? This guide offers a stimulating selection of program ideas that will appeal to teens between the ages of 12 and 18 throughout the year! Recognizing that there is no such thing as a typical teenager, the programs represent a broad range of interests, from arts and crafts workshops to educational programs to purely recreational activities--from serious to serious fun. Programs for all seasons include "Goth Gathering," "Intolerance Forum," "Night at the Oscars," "Library Fear Factor," "Find Your Future," and "Cyber-Safety." Everything you need to get started is here--from the nitty gritty details like supply lists and approximate costs to practical, step-by-step instructions. Collection connections and ideas for promotion enhance the guide. And there are also suggestions for those times "when time is short and money is tight." A wonderful combination of inspiration and practicality, and of start-to-finish guidance for successful teen programming. Grades 6-12.
Title:Teen Programs with Punch: A Month-By-Month GuideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:300 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.63 inPublished:September 5, 2000Publisher:ABC-Clio, LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1591582938

ISBN - 13:9781591582939

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"This resource for librarians contains programs for all seasons of the year that are specially designed to appeal to teenagers. Each program description includes complete instructions, as well as cost information and promotional ideas. A "Collection Connection" section lists fiction and nonfiction titles to supplement the programs. A former teen services librarian, Ott manages the reference department at Wadsworth Public Library in Ohio."-Reference & Research Book News