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Programming for Children and Young Adults in Public and School Libraries: A Bibliography Prepared by Dr. Shirley Fitzgibbons; modified by Sarah Wright
General Bauer, Caroline F. Celebrations: Read-Aloud Holiday and Theme Book Programs. H.W. Wilson, 1985.
Bauer, Caroline F. Read for the Fun of It: Active Programming with Books for Children. H.W. Wilson, 1992.
Bradbury, Phil. Border Clip Art for Libraries. Libraries Unlimited, 1989.
Freeman, Barbara. “The Development of Children’s Programming Guidelines: Our Experience.” North Carolina Libraries 47 (Summer 1989): 115-118.
Garber, Linda. “Effective Programs for Children in the Public Library.” Indiana Libraries v. 8 no. 2 (1989): 13-15.
Georg, Marilyn A. “Systemwide Planning for Programs.” SLJ (February 1985): 38.
Giacoma, Pete and Marilyn Getts. “Children’s Services in a Developmental Key.” Top ofthe News (Spring 1985): 267-273.
Irving, Jan. Fanfares: Programs for Classrooms and Libraries. Libraries Unlimited, 1990.
Irving, Jan. Full Speed Ahead: Stories and Activities for Children on Transportation. Libraries Unlimited, 1988.
Irving, Jan. Glad Rags: Stories and Activities Featuring Clothes for Children. Libraries Unlimited, 1987.
Irving, Jan. Raising the Roof: Children’s Stories and Activities on Houses. Libraries Unlimited, 1991.
Irving, Jan. Straw into Gold: Books and Activities about Folktales. Libraries Unlimited, 1993.
Jones, Taffy. Library Programs for Children. McFarland, 1989.
Nespeca, Sue McCleaf. Library Programming for Families with Young Children. Neal- Schuman, 1994.
Robotham, John S. and Lydia LaFleur. Library Programs: How to Select, Plan, andProduce Them. 2nd ed. Scarecrow, 1981.
Young, Diana. “Services to Children in Groups.” Public Libraries (Fall 1986): 100-104.
Preschool and Primary Ages ALSC. Programming for Three-to-Five Year Olds. ALA, 1983.
ALSC. Programming for Very Young Children. ALA, 1980.
Briggs, Diane. 52 Programs for Preschoolers. ALA, 1997.
Carlson, Ann D. Early Childhood Literature Sharing Programs in Libraries. Library Professional Publications, 1985.
DeSalvo, Nancy. Beginning With Books: Library Programming for Infants, Toddlers andPreschoolers. Library Professional Publications, 1993.
Elbert, Carol. “Toddler/Parent Story Time: Positive Beginnings.” Illinois Libraries (January 1985): 69-70.
Ernst, Linda. Lapsit Services for the Very Young Child. Neal-Schuman, 1995.
First Steps to Literacy: Library Programs for Parents, Teachers, and Caregivers. ALA, 1990.
Gillespie, Janet. “Catch Them While They’re Young.” Indiana Libraries v. 8, no. 2 (1989): 37-41.
Greene, Ellin. Books, Babies and Libraries: Serving Infants, Toddlers, Their Parents andCaregivers. ALA, 1991.
Heitman, Lynn. “Toddlers Like Story Time Too.” Illinois Libraries (January 1985):
Jeffery, Debby and Ellen Mahoney. “Sitting Pretty: Infants, Toddlers, and Lapsits.” SLJ (April 1989): 37-39.
Kupetz, Barbara. “A Shared Responsibility: Nurturing Literacy in the Very Young.” SLJ (July 1993): 28-31.
MacDonald, Margaret Read. Booksharing: 101 Programs to Use with Preschoolers. Library Professional Publications, 1988.
Mahoney, Ellen. Ready, Set, Read: Best Books to Prepare Preschoolers. Scarecrow Press, 1985.
Marino, Jane. Mother Goose Time: Library Programs for Babies and Their Caregivers. H.W. Wilson, 1992.
Nichols, Judy. Storytimes for Two-Year Olds. ALA, 1998.
Oppenheim, Joanne. The Best Toys, Books, Videos, and Software for Kids. HarperPerennial, 1997.
Pardeck, Jean A. Books for Early Childhood: A Developmental Perspective. Greenwood Press, 1986.
Peterson, Carolyn S. and Brenny Hall. Story Programs: A Source Book of Materials. Scarecrow, 1980.
Rubin, Richard R. “Taming the Twos for Story Times.” SLJ (October 1990): 52.
Scheffler, Hannah Nuba. Resources for Early Childhood: A Handbook. Garland Publishing, 1994.
Sherif, Sue. “Starting Off Right: Low Cost Library Programs for Babies, Beginning Young Researchers, and Parents.” The Sourdough 28(Summer 1991): 10-12.
Sherman, Gale. “Book Babies: Two Programs for the Very Young.” Idaho Libraries 41 (4): 89-92.
Sitarz, Paula G. More Picture Book Story Hours: From Parties to Pets. Libraries Unlimited, 1990.
Sitarz, Paula G. Picture Book Story Hours: From Birthdays to Bears. Libraries Unlimited, 1987.
Thomas, James L. Play, Learn and Grow: An Annotated Guide to the Best Books andMaterials for Very Young Children. Bowker, 1992.
Van Vliet, Virginia. Time for Tots: Library Services to Toddlers. Canadian Library Association, 1987.
Yolen, Jane, comp. Lap Time Song and Play Book. Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich, 1989.
School-Age Children Cullum, Carolyn. The Storytime Sourcebook. Neal-Schuman, 1990.
Peterson, Carolyn Sue. Story Program Activities for Older Children. Moonlight Press, 1987.
Simpson, Martha Seif. Environmental Awareness Activities for Librarians and Teachers: 20Interdisciplinary Units for Use in Grades 2-8. McFarland, 1995.
Summer Programming ALSC. Programming for Summer. ALA, 1982.
Brady, Diane. “Selling Your Summer Program.” SLJ (March 1990): 158-159.
Graham, Kent W. and Gail Roberts. “Murder, They Read: YA Summer Reading Success.” VOYA 14 (February 1992): 363-364.
Morrow, Paula. “Library Treasure: A Summer Reading Program.” Top of the News (Winter 1985): 169-176.
Olson, Betty. “Auction Climaxes YA Summer Reading Program.” VOYA 14 (June 1991): 86-87.
Simpson, Martha Seif. Summer Reading Clubs: Complete Plans for 50 Theme-BasedLibrary Programs. McFarland, 1992.
Strickland, Charlene. “Summer Time Line -- And Beyond.” Wilson Library Bulletin 65 (June 1991): 62, 64-65.
Reading Guidance/Literacy Bauer, Caroline Feller. This Way to Books. Wilson, 1983.
Chambers, Aidan. Introducing Books to Children. 2nd ed. Horn Book, 1983.
Chambers, Aidan. The Reading Environment: How Adults Help Children Enjoy Books. Stenhouse, 1996.
Cook, Sybilla A. and Cheryl A. Page, ed. Books, Battles, and Bees: A Readers’Competition Resource For Intermediate Grades. ALA, 1993.
Freeman, Judy. Books Kids Will Sit Still For: The Complete Read-Aloud Guide. 2nd ed., Bowker, 1990.
Fiday, David. Authors and Illustrators Through the Year: Ready-to-Use. Center for Applied Research in Education, 1989.
Fiday, David. More Authors and Illustrators through the Year: Ready-to-Use LiteratureActivities for Grades K-3. Center for Applied Research in Education, 1992.
Hall, Susan. Using Picture Storybooks to Teach Literary Devices: Recommended Books forChildren and Young Adults. Oryx, 1990.
Kimmel, Margaret Mary. For Reading Out Loud: A Guide to Sharing Books with Children. Delacorte, 1983.
Moore, Vardine. The Pleasure of Poetry With and By Children: A Handbook. Scarecrow, 1981.
Oppenheim, Joanne. Choosing Books for Kids: How to Choose the Right Book for theRight Child at the Right Time. Ballantine Books, 1986.
Discussion Groups ALSC. Programming for Children’s Book Discussion Clubs. ALA, 1981.
Jenkins, Christine and Sally Freeman. Novel Experiences: Literature Units for BookDiscussion Groups in the Elementary Grades. Teacher Ideas Press, 1991.
Knight, F. Fawn. “Junior Great Books: One Experience.” Top of the News (Fall 1985):
Miles, Betty and Avi. “School Visits: The Author’s Viewpoint.” SLJ (January 1987):
Jones, Patrick. “Don’t Tell, Sell: Putting Hooks in Your Book Talks.” Wilson LibraryBulletin (September 1990): 2-3.
Klause, Annette Curtis. “Booktalking Science Fiction to Young Adults.” JOYS 3 (Fall 1989): 102-116.
The New Booktalker. Libraries Unlimited, 1992.
Rochman, Hazel. Tales of Love and Terror: Booktalking the Classics, Old and New. ALA, 1987.
Storytelling Bauer, Caroline Feller. New Handbook for Storytellers. ALA, 1993.
Champlin, Connie. Storytelling with Puppets. ALA, 1998.
De Vos, Gail. Storytelling for Young Adults. Libraries Unlimited, 1991.
Greene, Ellin. Storytelling: Art and Technique. 3rd ed. Bowker, 1996.
Pellowski, Anne. Family Storytelling Handbook: How to Use Stories, Anecdotes, Rhymes,Handkerchiefs, Paper, and Other Objects to Enrich Your Family Traditions. Macmillan, 1987.
Sutton, Roger. “Telling Tales for YAs.” SLJ (November 1983): 44.
Readers’ Theater Barchers, Suzanne. Readers’ Theater for Beginning Readers. Teacher Ideas Press, 1993.
Bauer, Caroline Feller. Presenting Readers’ Theater. H.W. Wilson, 1987.
Latrobe, Kathy and Mildred Laughlin. Readers’ Theatre for Young Adults. Teacher Ideas Press, 1989.
Latrobe, Kathy. Social Studies Readers’ Theatre for Young Adults. Teacher Ideas Press, 1991.
Laughlin, Mildred and Kathy Latrobe. Readers’ Theatre for Children. Teacher Ideas Press, 1990.
Laughlin, Mildred. Social Studies Readers’ Theatre for Children. Teacher Idea Press, 1991.
Young, Terrell A. and Sylvia Verdell. “Weaving Readers’ Theatre and Non-Fiction into the Curriculum.” The Reading Teacher v. 46, no. 5 (February 1993): 396-406.
Puppets Champlin, Connie. Storytelling with Puppets. ALA, 1998.
McCormack, Joe. “On the Road with a Puppet Story Caravan.” SLJ (February 1985): 29-33.
Miller, Judy. “Kids and Puppets.” Illinois Libraries (January 1985): 80.
Painter, William M. Story Hours with Puppets and Other Props. Library Professional Publications, 1990.
Pfannenstiel, Brenda R. “Puppetry with Strings Attached.” SLJ (February 1989): 19-22.
Renfro, Nancy. Puppetry, Language, and the Special Child: Discovering AlternativeLanguages. Nancy Renfro Studio, 1984.
Wright, Denise Anton. One-Person Puppet Plays. Teacher Ideas Press, 1990.
Crafts Gallivan, Marion F. Fun for Kids: An Index to Children’s Craft Books. Scarecrow, 1981.
Preslan, Kristina. Group Crafts for Teachers and Librarians on Limited Budgets. Libraries Unlimited, 1980.
Media and Realia Connecticut Realia Committee. Toys to Go: A Guide to the Use of Realia in PublicLibraries. ALA, 1976.
Gallant, Jennifer J. Best Videos for Children and Young Adults: A Core Collection forLibraries. ABC-Clio, 1990.
Klauber, Julie. “Toy Story.” SLJ (July 1996): 22.
A Multimedia Approach to Children’s Literature. 3rd ed. ALA, 1983.
Oppenheim, Joanne. The Best Toys, Books, Videos, and Software. HarperPerennial, 1997.
Parents’ Choice: Guide to Videocassettes for Children. Consumer Union, 1993.
Video Involvement for Libraries. ALA, 1981.
Walters, Laurel Shaper. “Kids Check Out Favorite Toys -- At The Library.” ChristianScience Monitor 90 (January 1998): 12.
Young Adults Albano, Carol. “Stories on Stage.” SLJ (February 1990):40.
Blosveren, Barbara. “Youth Review Board Motivates Young Adults to Read.” JOYS 3 (Fall 1989): 54-58.
Cashman, Nancy P. “This Is . . . Quiz Bowl!” North Carolina Libraries 49 (Summer 1991): 91-92.
Courtly Love in the Shopping Mall: Humanities Programming for Young Adults. ALA, 1991.
“Cuyahoga County Public Library Helps Young Adults Leap Ahead.” Ohio Libraries 5 (May/June 1992):4.
Dartch-Kovler, Carole. “Young Adult Services: Public Relations and Promotion.” TheBookmark (Spring 1985): 107-110.
Favel, Anita M. “Planning After-School Activities for Young Adolescents.” ChildrenToday (March/April 1984): 28-31.
Hagen, Peggy and Lisa Wemett. “A Bridge to the YA Collection.” SLJ (September 1989): 180.
Harvis, Kathryn L. “Relieving the Junior High Jitters (Public Library Program for Future Junior High Students and Their Parents).” VOYA 15 (April 1992):15-16.
Hultz, Karen and Lisa Wemett. “A Dozen Ways to Reach Young Adults When You are Short on Space, Staff, and Time.” VOYA 14 (December 1991): 298.
Jones, Patrick. “Young Adult Programming: Identifying the Elements of Success.” VOYA 14 (June 1991):83-85.
Lefstein, Leah M. 3:00-6:00 P.M.: Programs for Young Adolescents. Center for Early Adolescence, 1983.
McGrath, Marsha and Jane R. Fine. “Teen Volunteers in the Library.” Public Libraries (January/February 1990): 24-28.
Nyfeler, Susan. “Stuff for Kids to Do Besides Shelving Books When They Volunteer in the Summer.” Unabashed Librarian 73 (1989): 9-10.
Reed, Arthea. Reaching Adolescents: The Young Adult Book and the School. 2nd ed. Macmillan, 1994.
Rome, Linda. “Creative Writing Programs, YAs, and Libraries.” Wilson Library Bulletin 67 (October 1992): 48-51.
The Second Young Adult Program Guidebook. New York Library Association, 1987.
Vaillancourt, Renee J. Bare Bones Young Adult Services: Tips for Public LibraryGeneralists. ALA, 2000.
Weber, Laura. “Capture Your Imagination in 1500 Words or Less.” SLJ (February 1991): 42.
Wigg, Ristina. “Would Teens Run Riot in the Library? Youth Participation.” TheBookmark (Spring 1985): 127-129.
Feinberg, Sandra. “The Parent/Child Workshop.” SLJ (April 1985): 38-41.
Taylor, Denny and Dorothy Strickland. Family Storybook Reading. Heinemann, 1986.
Special Needs (Youth With Disabilities) Anderson, Marcella F. Hospitalized Children and Books: A Guide for Librarians, Families,and Caregivers. 2nd ed. Scarecrow Press, 1992.
ALSC. Programming for Serving Children with Special Needs. 2nd ed. ALA, 1994.
Champlin, Connie. Books, Puppets, and the MR Student. Special Literature Press, 1981.
Cohen, Susan F. “A Celebration of Deaf Awareness, Culture, and History: A Selected Bibliography for Young Adults.” VOYA 13 (December 1990): 271.
“Libraries Serving an Underserved Population: Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Patrons” (Theme Issue). Library Trends (Summer 1992).
Marshall, Margaret R. Managing Library Provision for Handicapped Children. Mansell, 1991.
Renfro, Nancy. Puppetry, Language, and the Special Child. Nancy Renfro Studios, 1984.
Rovenger, Judith. “Learning Differences/Library Directions: Library Services to Children with Learning Differences.” Library Trends (Winter 1987): 427-435.
Schimmel, Judith. “Programs That Open Doors: Programming for Children with Special Needs.” SLJ (November 1993): 36-38.
Walling, Linda Lucas and Marilyn Karrenbrock. Disabilities, Children and Libraries. Libraries Unlimited, 1993.
Multicultural Programs ALSC. Multiculturalism in Library Programming for Children. 2nd ed. ALA, 1994.
ALSC. Programming for Multicultural Experiences. ALA, 1982.
Goley, Elaine P. “Developing Library Collections to Serve New Immigrants.” SLJ (October 1985): 93-97.
Hayden, Carla D. Venture Into Cultures: A Resource Book of Multicultural Materials andPrograms. ALA, 1992.
Multicultural Aspects of Library Media Programs. Libraries Unlimited, 1992.
Pilger, Mary Anne. Multicultural Projects Index: Things to Make and Do to CelebrateFestivals, Cultures, and Holidays Around the World. Libraries Unlimited, 1992.
Gifted Children Leonard, Phyllis. Choose, Use, Enjoy, Share: Library Media Skills for the Gifted Child. Libraries Unlimited, 1985.
“Library Services to Gifted Youth.” Top of the News (Summer 1982): 301-344.
Polette, Nancy. Books and Real Life: A Guide for Gifted Students and Teachers. McFarland, 1984.
Latchkey Children Dowd, Frances Smardo. Latchkey Children in the Library and Community: Issues,Strategies, and Programs. Oryx Press, 1991.
Latchkey Children in the Public Library. ALA, 1988.
Lefstein, Leah M. 3:00-6:00 P.M.: Programs for Young Adolescents. Center for Early Adolescence, 1983.
McMichael, Carol. “Creative Ideas for Latch-Key and Unattended Children in the Public Library.” Indiana Libraries v. 8, no. 2 (1989): 42-46.
Other Amos, Janell Shride. Entertaining Children: Theme Parties, Activities, Games and FunIdeas for Groups. McFarland, 1992.
Blenz-Clucas, Beth. “Bring the Museum to the Media Center.” SLJ (September 1993): 150-153.
Chamberland, Fayth. “Connecting Threads: the Quilt Project.” SLJ (May 1991): 51.
Cooper, Shauna. “Junior Friends of the Wilbraham Public Library.” The UnabashedLibrarian 79 (1991): 5.
Cuccia, Angela. “Get Ready for a Pen Pal Exchange.” SLJ (September 1985):48.
Emmens, Carol. “The Big TV Turn-Off.” SLJ (February 1985): 43.
Jay, Hilda L. Developing Library-Museum Partnerships to Serve Young People. Library Professional Publications, 1984.
Lenser, Jane and Evelyn Walker, prep. Programming for Outreach Services to Children. ALA, 1994.
McElmeel, Sharron L. Book People: A First Album. Teacher Ideas Press, 1990.
McElmeel, Sharron L. Book People: A Multicultural Album. Teacher Ideas Press, 1992.
Monsour, Margaret. “Librarians and Family Literacy: A Natural Connection.” SLJ (February 1991): 33-37.
Monsour, Margaret and Carole Talon. Library-Based Family Literacy Projects. ALA, 1993.
Muller, Patricia. “A Science in Itself.” SLJ (October 1993): 56.
Painter, William M. “Library Programs for Children, Young Adults, and the Whole Family: A Shared Experience.” Emergency Librarian 14 (March/April 1987): 10-14.
Pilger, Mary Anne. Science Experiments Index for Young People: Update 91. Libraries Unlimited, 1992.
Pinkston, Jane. “Science Fair Readiness: Students, Parents and Teachers at the Public Library.” Illinois Libraries (March 1982): 633-638.
Rizzo, Gaye. “‘Grandma’ Comes to a Branch Library: A Foster Grandparent Makes Her Mark.” American Libraries 22 (October 1991): 904.
Rubery, Nancy. “A Grand Idea.” SLJ (January 1990): 42.
Strickland, Charlene. “Intergenerational Reading: Encouraging the Grandlap.” WilsonLibrary Bulletin (December 1990): 46-48, 164-165.
Sluby, Patricia Carter. “Paths to the Past for Youth -- It’s in the Blood (Motivating Children to Trace Their Lineage).” The Bookmark 49 (Spring 1991): 183-188.
Toomajian, Janice. “The Children’s Writers Workshop.” SLJ (March 1988): 125-129.