Happy Banned Books Week! The annual celebration of the freedom to read is running all this week, and the Banned Books Week Coalition invites you to participate by getting involved in the incredible activities brought to you by our sponsor organizations!
Check out the Teens’ Top Ten, where teens voice their choice each year for their favorite books. Sixteen book groups choose nominees each year, and teens across the US vote for their favorites. The Teens’ Top Ten is announced after Teen Read Week.
Alateen is a place where members come together to: share experiences, strength, and hope with each other to find effective ways to cope with problems.
Greetings, Rainbow Readers! Becky here– Rainbow Booklist Committee member and Teen Services Librarian in Delaware, Ohio repping the B contingent of LGBTQIA+.
Celebrate Teen Read Week with YALSA! #trw18
The Office for Intellectual Freedom of the American Library Association
An initiative from the Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association
Apr 07, 2018 · An Alabama teen laughed Thursday as a judge sentenced him to 65 years in prison for murder and theft after he rejected a plea deal that would have given him 25 years behind bars. Lakeith Smith, 18, of Montgomery, Ala., was sentenced to 65 years by Judge Sibley Reynolds for “felony murder, armed
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