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Use these 100 handy reproducible book lists to instantly create handouts for teen readers and teachers, add to your newsletter, or post on your web site or bulletin board. Based on the most common needs of educators and librarians who work with teen readers, these lists focus on new titles and classics that are still in print and readily available for purchase. Fiction and Use these 100 handy reproducible book lists to instantly create handouts for teen readers and teachers, add to your newsletter, or post on your web site or bulletin board. Based on the most common needs of educators and librarians who work with teen readers, these lists focus on new titles and classics that are still in print and readily available for purchase. Fiction and nonfiction titles for ages 13-18 are covered. Bibliographic information and a brief description are given for each title. A dozen bookmarks are also included. This is a great time-saving tool and a good source for finding extended reading lists and read-alikes! Looking for humorous novels for teen readers? A fast-paced sports novel for a reluctant reader? Biographies to use in history class? You'll find these lists and more in this treasury of great reading lists. This versatile guide provides one-page reproducible book lists and bookmarks for: books about self (e.g., coming-of-age, perfectionism, gangs; genre literature (e.g., fantasy, romance, historical fiction); themes (e.g., extreme sports, vampires, peace; settings (e.g., Ellis Island, Dust Bowl, WWII); character studies (e.g., adventure with female protagonist, boy bonding books, fantasy heroes); and read-alikes (for bookmarks). More than 100 reproducible lists of books for ages 13-18 (junior/senior high) focus on new titles and classics that are still in print and readily available for purchase. Bibliographic information and a brief description are given for each title.


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Use these 100 handy reproducible book lists to instantly create handouts for teen readers and teachers, add to your newsletter, or post on your web site or bulletin board. Based on the most common needs of educators and librarians who work with teen readers, these lists focus on new titles and classics that are still in print and readily available for purchase. Fiction and Use these 100 handy reproducible book lists to instantly create handouts for teen readers and teachers, add to your newsletter, or post on your web site or bulletin board. Based on the most common needs of educators and librarians who work with teen readers, these lists focus on new titles and classics that are still in print and readily available for purchase. Fiction and nonfiction titles for ages 13-18 are covered. Bibliographic information and a brief description are given for each title. A dozen bookmarks are also included. This is a great time-saving tool and a good source for finding extended reading lists and read-alikes! Looking for humorous novels for teen readers? A fast-paced sports novel for a reluctant reader? Biographies to use in history class? You'll find these lists and more in this treasury of great reading lists. This versatile guide provides one-page reproducible book lists and bookmarks for: books about self (e.g., coming-of-age, perfectionism, gangs; genre literature (e.g., fantasy, romance, historical fiction); themes (e.g., extreme sports, vampires, peace; settings (e.g., Ellis Island, Dust Bowl, WWII); character studies (e.g., adventure with female protagonist, boy bonding books, fantasy heroes); and read-alikes (for bookmarks). More than 100 reproducible lists of books for ages 13-18 (junior/senior high) focus on new titles and classics that are still in print and readily available for purchase. Bibliographic information and a brief description are given for each title.

36 review for The Big Book of Teen Reading Lists: 100 Great, Ready-To-Use Book Lists for Educators, Librarians, Parents, and Teens

  1. 5 out of 5

    Agnes

    The lists are divided into 6 parts: Genres, Characters, Books About Self, Setting, Subjects, and Audience. In each part there are between 9 to more than a dozen lists titled for example: (Books That Appeal to) Goths, World Literature; Global Fiction for Teens, Gangs, Chick Lit with Minority Characters, Hip Hop Literature. The fiction and nonfiction books reviewed are grouped within each list by age level Books for Ages 12-15 and Books for older teens as well as some designated adult to signify The lists are divided into 6 parts: Genres, Characters, Books About Self, Setting, Subjects, and Audience. In each part there are between 9 to more than a dozen lists titled for example: “(Books That Appeal to) Goths,” “World Literature; Global Fiction for Teens,” “Gangs,” “Chick Lit with Minority Characters,” “Hip Hop Literature.” The fiction and nonfiction books reviewed are grouped within each list by age level “Books for Ages 12-15” and “Books for older teens” as well as some designated adult to signify books published for adults but suitable for teens. The 100 lists each contain over a dozen titles. The author is a school library media specialist, educator, and academic in the field of youth services and technology. She’s published a dozen titles addressing K-12 education, literacy, readers advisory, and booktalking. For this collection the author worked in consultation with secondary teachers and public librarians. She also names nine contributors in the book’s introduction. The lists are annotated bibliographies featuring: author, title, publisher, publication date and number of pages, usually followed with a one-sentence description of the book’s content. As the author outlines in the book’s title: “educators, librarians, parents and children” but what about teens? I would suggest this would be a good resource for reaching reluctant readers who usually have difficulty fining relevant narratives and identifiable characters, for example one reading list deals with at-risk teens titled “Runaways,” or “Self-Mutilation.” Very diverse and specific subject matter is addressed for example “Life in the Fat Lane: Books About Food Issues for Teens.” Titles may be relevant to a point since last published in 2006. Not enough detail to make a full selection decision. Read-alike bookmarks already formatted and cited ready to be reproduced from the book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Derrith

    Different types of lists than I have seen in other books. The author/editor seems to think like I think, which is always nice.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    I have been using this book to find recommendations for my students. So far, so good.

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    Sara

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