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What’s New in YA Literature - Tucson

What’s New in YA Literature - Tucson

In this outstanding, NEW workshop, Shauna Yusko will share the best, NEW books for young adults, all of which have just recently been published. Shauna will go beyond familiarizing you with the best of the newly published titles to share practical strategies for using these outstanding books in your classroom or library.

This fast-paced day will be filled with great, new books, innovative and creative ideas, enthusiasm, exciting curriculum connections, and news about authors that are all too good for young adults to miss.

All participants will leave with extensive annotated bibliographies in a comprehensive resource handbook full of outstanding ideas that you can immediately put to use to motivate and inspire your young adult readers.

Who Should Attend:
Specifically designed for Secondary Teachers, School Librarians and Public Librarians
 

Shauna Yusko is an award-winning teacher-librarian and national presenter. With 20 years of experience in the fields of education and librarianship, Shauna is well-attuned to the diversity of young adults’ reading interests. Shauna works hard to create a culture of readers wherever she is, because she believes that every student is a reader. “To create a world of readers, we need to arm ourselves with knowledge and enthusiasm to help students find the right book, the right story, to allow that reader to emerge.”

Shauna is the recipient of the Best Buy TEACH Award, the ING Unsung Hero award, and the Scholastic/Dav Pilkey Reading Superhero award.

 

Date:
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Time:
9:00am - 4:00pm
Location:
Pima County Public Library - Flowing Wells Branch - 1730 W Wetmore Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705
Categories:
  Continuing Education