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2013 Trends in Children's Books

By January 14, 2013

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Photo of Carolyn Brodie President of the Association for Library Service to ChildrenWhat's ahead for children's books in 2013? To find out, I interviewed Carolyn Brodie, President of the Association of Library Service to Children (ALSC), which is a division of ALA. Since ALSC provides services for babies-14 year olds and the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) provides services for kids within the 12-18 age range who are reading young adult books (also known as books for teens), if you have tweens, you'll probably benefit from reading both Current Trends in Children's Literature, my interview with Carolyn Brodie, and Trends in Teen Reading for 2013, Young Adult Books Guide Niko Silvester's interview with the president of YALSA.

(Photo of Carolyn Brodie courtesy of American Library Association)

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