UKYA, a new website “celebrating Young Adult fiction from the United Kingdom.” Read posts at Teen Librarian and Small Blue Thing to find out a bit more about UKYA.
Teens and Autism is an article written by a young person whose younger brother has autism.
A new study suggests that e-readers encourage boys to read more.
This article about “a real-life ‘Hunger Games'” in North Korea might spark a discussion amongst pupils or members of your teen reading group.
This isn’t exactly new, but if you want updates on The Reading Agency’s MyVoice project, check out the latest MyVoice Roadshow news.
To say thank you for your interest in teen library services in the UK – and HOORAY for 100+ email subscribers and 400+ Twitter subscribers – YA Library UK is hosting a giveaway! I will randomly select TWO winners to win a bundle of three new YA novels OR Cool Teen Programs for Under $100 OR Young Adults Deserve the Best: YALSA’s Competencies in Action OR The Ultimate Teen Book Guide (your choice!). (Both winners will receive the prize they select, even if they both choose the same prize.)
The contest is only open to residents of the United Kingdom. This is YA Library UK, after all!
Entries to the giveaway close on 2 April 2012. The Giveaway is now closed. Winners will be announced by Monday 9 April.