- “Hate List” by Jennifer Brown (Little, Brown Books, 2009)
- “Dope Sick” by Walter Dean Myers (Amistad, 2009)
- “The Brothers Torres”by Coert Voorhees (Hyperion, 2009)
The ALA Public Programs Office promotes cultural and community programming as an essential part of library service in all types and sizes of libraries. Successful library programming initiatives have included the “Let’s Talk About It” reading and discussion series, traveling exhibitions, film discussion programs, LIVE! @ your library and more. Recently, the ALA Public Programs Office developed www.ProgrammingLibrarian.org, an online resource center bringing librarians timely and valuable information to support them in the creation of high-quality cultural programs for their communities. For more information on the ALA Public Programs Office, visit www.ala.org/publicprograms.
For more than 50 years, YALSA has been the world leader in selecting books, videos and audiobooks for teens. For more information about YALSA or for lists of recommended reading, viewing and listening, go to www.ala.org/yalsa/booklists, or contact the YALSA office by phone, (800) 545-2433, ext. 4390, or e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oprah’s Angel Network has funded over 200 grants and projects in more than 30 countries around the world in order to improve access to education, protect basic rights, create communities of support and develop leaders of tomorrow. The Angel Network was born from “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and its viewers’ desire to make a difference in the lives of others. The funding part of the charity has drawn to a close, but the spirit of the Angel Network lives on through the stories on its website.To learn more about the history of Oprah’s Angel Network visit: www.oprahsangelnetwork.org.