What'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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