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  1. Seeing Is Reading: An Inside Look at Graphic Novels (Booklist Webcast from 11/02/2010)

    More than ever, a strong graphic novel collection is essential in both school and public libraries. Whether used as curriculum support, literacy tools, or avenues of entertainment, comics hold undeniable appeal for both reluctant and avid child and teen r ...

    admin - 01/03/2012 - 12:24 - Online Learning

  2. Let's Get Graphic (Booklist Webcast from 04/29/2010)

    In this Booklist webcast, children’s librarian and comics expert Eva Volin and Booklist Books for Youth associate editor Ian Chipman join Françoise Mouly of TOON Books, Roger Rosen of Rosen Publishing, David Saylor of Scholastic, and Mark Siegel of First ...

    admin - 01/03/2012 - 12:24 - Online Learning

  3. Reaching Reluctant Readers: Using High-Interest Fiction to Engage and Inspire (Booklist Webcast)

    Originally aired October 19, 2010. Students can be reluctant readers for many reasons and using fiction and independent reading to engage them can be a great way to bring them into the wider community. In this webinar sponsored by Orca Book Publishers, at ...

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  4. The Scoop on Series Nonfiction: What's New for Fall (Booklist Webcast from 09/21/2010)

    Series nonfiction publishers are offering more titles than ever this fall, and as they continue to expand into digital formats and approach the curriculum in new ways, it’s more challenging than ever to keep up. In this hourlong webcast moderated by Bookl ...

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  5. Fantastic Fall Fiction for Youth (Booklist Webcast from 08/24/2010)

    Temperatures will soon be starting to drop, but fall reading is hot! Autumn ushers in some of the most exciting youth fiction titles of the publishing year, and this free Booklist webcast will give you a head start on books to watch for from our sponsors, ...

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  6. Trends in Teen Literature: The Independent View (Booklist Webcast from 05/18/2010)

    Young adult literature continues to be one of the most exciting and evolving areas in the publishing world. In this hourlong webcast, moderated by Gillian Engberg, Booklist ’s Young Adult Books Editor, you’ll hear about new trends in teen books from three ...

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  7. Let's Get Graphic (Booklist Webcast from 04/29/2010)

    In this Booklist webcast, children’s librarian and comics expert Eva Volin and Booklist Books for Youth associate editor Ian Chipman join Françoise Mouly of TOON Books, Roger Rosen of Rosen Publishing, David Saylor of Scholastic, and Mark Siegel of First ...

    admin - 01/03/2012 - 12:24 - Online Learning

  8. The Scoop on Series Nonfiction: Spring 2010 (Booklist Webcast from 03/16/2010)

    Following up on Booklist 's very successful fall 2009 series nonfiction webcast, Booklist editors, working librarians, and series publishers discuss what’s new for spring 2010 in this growing area of youth publishing. Sponsored by Lerner Publishing, ...

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  9. The Scoop on Series Nonfiction: Fall 2009 (Booklist Webcast from 09/22/2009)

    In this hourlong Booklist' s webcast, four top series nonfiction publishers provide a wealth of information and ideas for enhancing collections and engaging young readers. Sponsored by ABDO Publishing Group, Cherry Lake Publishing, Lerner Publishing ...

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  10. Sensational Summer Reading: Programming Tips and Titles for Children and Teens (Booklist Webcast from 03/30/2010)

    In this informative hourlong Booklist webcast, youth librarians will discover a wealth of tips and ideas for improving their summer reading programs and inspiring children and teens to crack the books during the warmer months. Expert librarians Carole D. ...

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