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Booktalking That Works

Book Description
Young adults may be the toughest audience on Earth. Can librarians successfully use booktalks with teenagers who have grown up with the Internet, digital TV, and CD-Walkmans? The answer is yes!

Noted booktalker Jennifer Bromann shows you how in this new manual with step-by-step guidance, plus a collection of 50 booktalks that work. Practical chapters discuss what teens want; how booktalker... More

Book Information
PublisherNeal-Schuman Publishers, Inc.
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages155
Publication Date05/2001
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About Jennifer Bromann (Author) : Jennifer Bromann is a published author. Published credits of Jennifer Bromann include Storytime Action: Ideas for Making 500 Picture Books Interactive and Booktalking That Works (Teens @ the Library S... more
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