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School Library Journal\’s SummerTeen On-Line Event


Greeting everyone! Today I want to shine the spotlight on a great website and an amazing even. SummerTeen is a wonderful gathering for some of today’s brightest authors, talking about YA lit and the latest in romance, mystery and science fiction as well as hot new trends like dystopian and apocalyptic fiction, re-imagined classics and alternative formats.

If you are interested in attending this event, better put some hustle-in-your-bustle because Early Bird Pricing ends July 2!

SummerTeen: A Celebration of Young Adult Books

Event Date: August 9, 2012
Online Event
10:30-5:30 PM EDT * Exhibits open at 10:30 * Keynote presentation begins at 12:00

Join School Library Journal and SLJTeen for SummerTeen: A Celebration of Young Adult Books and take your summer reading to new heights!

Be the first to find out about the hottest upcoming titles and trends for your young adult collection as some of the most popular YA authors talk about their books, their readers and why they write.

SummerTeen will bring together a blockbuster keynote with presentations on topics near and dear to the hearts of youth services and school librarians including the hottest genres and latest formats. Experience the excitement of the virtual exhibit floor with new offerings from publishers and sponsors, new book trailers, prizes and give-aways and much more!

If you wish to attend SummerTeen, register HERE.

Who is School Library Journal? Well, Library Journal, is the leading print magazine, and now serving librarians who work with young people in schools and public libraries. The two resources give librarians up-to-date information needed to integrate libraries into the school curriculum, become leaders in the areas of technology, reading, and information literacy, and create high-quality collections for children and young adults. Find impartial library book reviews on new & pre-publication books, best-sellers, fiction, non-fiction, literature, reference & more from Library Journal.



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