September 21, 2017
From the JLG Webcast Series September 2017
On today’s webcast Jodi and I talked about the some of the fall forthcoming books for teen readers. From ammunition words and immigration to a harmonica, you’ll find these new releases to be worth the wait. With the addition of new categories, Spanish Middle and Realistic Fiction Middle Plus, you’ll have even more just-right titles for grades 6 to 12. Remember to add some Plus categories to your membership so that (next year) you receive even more books in the fall—just when you need them most!
In addition to providing you with great selections, Junior Library Guild is building resources to help you use these titles. Check out our new JLG Booktalks to Go Fall 2017 LiveBinder. JLG BTG titles are also added to our Pinterest board. Look for book trailers and archived webcasts on our JLG YouTube Playlists. Thanks to Kayleigh, BTG is added to the book detail page. This is a direct link to the resources in the binder.
This webcast will be archived and posted on the JLG website at a later date. Your certificate of attendance can be reprinted by watching the archived video for at least ten minutes.
Join us next time at 3:00PM Eastern on October 10 for Libraries, Architects, and Artists: Getting the Facts hosted by Kayleigh Hanlin. With endless knowledge literally at our fingertips, how can we find the right answers? Featuring Susan Gall of Fact Site, our bonus JLG webcast shows you how to better utilize on online subscription service with hot books on topics your kids will want to research. Sign up today for this webcast which is suitable for everyone, K-12.
Here are the titles from today’s webcast in order of appearance.
ANDERSON, John David. Posted. 384p. Walden Pond. ISBN 9780062338204. JLG Category: RFM+ Realistic Fiction Middle Plus (Grades 5-8).
RUBIN, Susan Goldman. The Quilts of Gee’s Bend. 56p. Abrams. 2017. ISBN 9781419721311. JLG Category: NM+ Nonfiction Middle Plus (Grades 5-8).
WOLK, Lauren. Beyond the Bright Sea. 304p. Dutton. 2017. ISBN 9781101994856. JLG Category: PGM+ PG Middle Plus (Grades 5-8).
SNYDER, Laurel. Orphan Island. 288p. Walden Pond. 2017. ISBN 9780062443410. JLG Category: B+ Upper Elementary and Middle (Grades 5-7).
ANDERSON, Jodi Lynn. Midnight at the Electric. 272p. HarperTeen. 2017. ISBN 9780062393548. JLG Category: Y+ Young Adults Plus (Grades 9 & Up).
PATERSON, Katherine. My Brigadista Year. 160p. Candlewick. 2017. ISBN 9780763695088. JLG Category: C Advanced Readers (Grades 6-9).
RYAN, Pam Munoz. Eco (Echo). 688p. Editorial Oceano. 2017. ISBN 9786075271279. JLG Category SPM Spanish Middle (Grades 5-8).
CHANANI, Nidhi. Pashmina. 176p. First Second. 2017. ISBN 9781626720886. JLG Category: GH+ Graphic Novel High Plus (Grades 10 & Up).
LOCKHART, E. Genuine Fraud. 288p. Delacorte. 2017. ISBN 9780375991844. JLG Category: HIH+ High-Interest High (Grades 10 & Up).
UWIRINGIYIMANA, Sandra and Abigail Pesta. How Dare the Sun Rise: Memoirs of a War Child. 304p. Katherine Tegen. 2017. ISBN 9780062470140. JLG Category: NH+ Nonfiction High Plus (Grades 9 & Up).
PERKINS, Mitali. You Bring the Distant Near. 320p. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 2017. ISBN 9780374304904. JLG Category: CH City High School (Grades 10 & Up).
CHAMBERS, Veronica. The Go-Between. 208p. Delacorte. 2017. ISBN 9781101930953. JLG Category: PGH+ PG High Plus (Grades 9 & Up).
CONTACT TODAY’S PRESENTERS
Deborah B. Ford, JLG’s Director of Library Outreach, is an award-winning library media specialist and international speaker with almost thirty years of experience as a classroom teacher and librarian in K-12 schools. Traveling across North America, she does workshops, library coaching, and professional development for school and public libraries. Deborah is the author of JLG’s Booktalks to Go and Everyday Librarian @ School Library Journal. She also maintains an award-winning coordinating online resource at LiveBinders.com. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @jlgdeborahford.
Jodi Weinheimer is the Sales/Conference Coordinator for JLG. She coordinates JLG’s participation in over 100 local, regional, and national events throughout the year. Jodi is a life-long reader, with a fondness for teen fiction and is passionate about the importance of literacy in our schools. She currently resides in Dublin, OH. Contact her email@example.com.
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