[Libs-Or] New books to ILL from the State Library
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The following new books are available to interlibrary loan from the State
1. Ezra Jack Keats: A Bibliography and Catalog. Compiled by Brian Alderson.
Pelican Publishing Company, 2002. (016.7412 Alder)
This follow-up to Ezra Jack Keats: Artist and Picture Book Maker (1994)
records the items in the Ezra Jack Keats Archive held at the University of
2. The Newbery and Caldecott Awards: A Guide to the Medal and Honor Books.
2003 edition. Association of Library Service to Children. ALA, 2003.
(028.162079 Newbe 2003)
This most recent edition of the Guide explains the awards and lists winners
and honor books through 2003.
3. Youth Development and Public Libraries: Tools for Success edited by
Kurstin Finch Gnehm. Urban Libraries Council, 2002. (027.626 Youth2)
This toolkit includes tools from the libraries that participated in the
Public Libraries as Partners in Youth Development project funded by
Wallace-Reader's Digest. Tools for surveying teens, training staff to work
with youth, employing teens, providing services for teens and presenting
youth conferences are all included in the notebook and accompanying CD-ROM.
A valuable companion piece is available on the web, Public Libraries as
Partners in Youth Development: Lessons and Voices from the Field
4. Project Wild: Aquatic Education Activity Guide. Council for Environmental
Education, 1992. (333.707097 Aquat c. 1)
A educational activity guide put together by fish and wildlife agencies and
environmental educators, this guide provides a variety of activities for
k-12 that relate to aquatic conservation and environmental educuation.
5. Chat Reference: A SPEC Kit compiled by Jana Ronan and Carol Turner.
Association of Research Libraries, 2002. (025.524 Chat)
A collection of articles on chat reference including policies and
guidelines, training and evaluation.
6. Story S-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-r-s for Infants, Toddlers, and Two: Experiences,
Activities, and Games for Popular Children's Books by Shirley Raines, Karen
Miller, and Leah Curry-Rood. Gryphon House, 2002. (372.4 Raine)
Another in the useful series that provide activities that relate to
7. Seasonal Storytime Crafts by Kathryn Totten. Upstart Books, 2002.
Craft ideas with patterns.
8. Bilingual Children's Books in English and Spanish: An Annotated
Bibliography, 1942-2001 by Doris Cruger Dale. McFarland & Co., 2003.
Written in English and Spanish, except the annotations which are in English,
this book lists over 400 bilingual titles with annotations and review
sources. Appendixes include: publishers and numbers of bilingual children's
titles, review journals, co-authors/illustrators/translators,
titles/series/awards, and subjects.
9. The Visible Librarian: Asserting Your Value With Marketing and Advocacy
by Judith A. Siess. ALA, 2003. (021.7 Siess)
Marketing and advocating both the library and the librarian.
10. Lost Masterworks of Young Adult Literature edited by Connie S. Zitlow.
Scarecrow, 2002. (810.99283 Lost)
These short essays by a variety educators, librarians, and authors answer
the question "Is there a work of literature for young adults that is a
favorite of yours, a book that is out of print, or not readily available, or
frequently overlooked? Is it lost to the attention of many young readers and
the adults who read and promote this literature as a worthy and enjoyable
genre of literary works?"
Youth Services Consultant
Oregon State Library
250 Winter St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-378-2112 ext. 239
marykay.dahlgreen at state.or.us
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