Teen Genreflecting 3
A Guide to Reading Interests, 3rd Edition
||Children's and Young Adult Services/Literature Reference Tools
||Children's and Young Adult Collection Management/Acquisition and Collection Development Guides
With 1,100 new annotations, this guide organizes and describes some 1,300 titles, most published within the past five years, indicating not only where they fit in the genre scheme, but also the general reading level and any pertinent awards.
Motivate teens to read and boost your circulation with some 1,300 popular titles, organized by subgenre and theme to help you identify read-alikes and pinpoint books for readers who range from reluctant to rabid. This highly anticipated third edition of the best-selling Teen Genreflecting covers over 1,300 popular titles in a wide variety of genres. Most of the titles (approximately 1,100) are new to this edition and have been published in the last five years. Brimming with practical tips and information on teen readers' advisory, genres, publishing trends, and building a collection, this is a one-stop guide for teen librarians involved in readers' advisory or collection development.
Help teen readers find the books they love to read—from contemporary realistic to fantasy, graphic novels and historical fiction. With 1,100 new annotations, this guide organizes and describes some 1,300 titles, most published within the past five years, indicating not only where they fit in the genre scheme, but also the general reading level and any pertinent awards. In addition, each genre and subgenre is defined; and current trends in publishing and teen interest, readers' advisory services to teens, and collection development are discussed.
- Series Description
Genreflecting Advisory Series
Significantly expanded and updated, the titles in this highly acclaimed series are designed to help you quickly locate the kind of fiction your library patrons are looking for. Each title includes the latest reads and reading trends within a genre and identifies subgenres, similar titles, read-alikes, and relevant online resources. Annotations describe and evaluate the best, the most popular, and the most representative books in a genre, noting special features of the works and referencing or comparing them to related publications. Brief historical overviews, award information, section tabs for quick reference, and practical guidelines for advising readers are just some of the features you will find in these useful guides. Designed for easy access, these books are compact enough to be carried into the stacks and simple enough to be used by general readers. Essential for readers' advisory and ready-reference, they are also excellent tools for acquisitions and collection development.
- Author Info
"A worthy addition to reference or professional development collections."
"A solid resource for public and school libraries, especially as an overview for libraries lacking the Genreflecting Advisory titles that cover many of these genres in greater detail."