Youth Services Roundup 12/18/18

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GRANT OPPORTUNITY

From Programming Librarian: "Inspired by the success of the popular Thinking Money exhibit, Thinking Money for Kids is a new financial literacy experience for children ages 7 to 11, as well as their parents, caregivers and educators. The interactive exhibit will help children understand what money is, its function in society, money choices, and money values, such as fairness, responsibility and charitableness. The exhibit will travel to 50 U.S. public libraries between 2019 and 2021. Applications will be accepted from Dec. 17, 2018, to Feb. 8, 2019." Read the full guidelines and apply online!

CENSORING DATABASES

The ALSC blog takes a look at the recent challenges to library databases across the country and provides some tips on how libraries can prepare for such a challenge.

CROSSOVER BOOK CLUB

From Teen Services Underground: "Collaboration is huge in library world, and between school and public libraries! A great place to do this, whether you’re well established with your counterpart or just starting off, is with a crossover book club! I have done this both from the school library side and the public library side..."

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

Our very own Rebecca Donnelly is featured on Mr. Schu's blog for her upcoming middle grade novel The Frendship Lie. Check it out!

 

 

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