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Create, innovate, and serve : a radical approach to children's and youth programming

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"This book is intended to give a broad overview of this radical landscape for public libraries in which librarians are creating innovative, interactive, participatory programming for children and youth by examining seven critical domains that occur across programming as a whole in part I and by taki... Full description

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Table of Contents:
  • Part I Foundations and transformations
  • When all really means all : creating library programs for children and teens that embrace all types of diversity / Jamie Naidoo
  • The power of a story : telling to transform the world / Annette Y. Goldsmith and Michelle H. Martin
  • Playing to learn, learning to play : a play and making framework for libraries / Sarah Ward and Sarah A. Evans
  • Librarians as media mentors : building media literacy with programming, advisory, and access / Amy Koester and Claudia Haines
  • The five-step outcome-based planning and evaluation model for children's and young adult program assessment / Melissa Gross
  • Taking the library to unexpected places : outreach and partnerships in youth services / Beth Crist
  • The ever-changing library : advocating for impact, value, and purpose / Judy T. Nelson
  • Part II Program profiles
  • Young children (ages birth to five)
  • Early childhood decoded : an introduction to development, sociocultural theory, and early learning / J. Elizabeth Mills, Kathleen Campana, Emily Romeijn-Stout, and Saroj Ghoting
  • Prioritizing community, literacy, and equity in programming for children from birth to age five at the Pierce County Library System / Susan Anderson-Newham
  • Arapahoe libraries : early literacy all around / Melissa Depper and Lori Romero
  • The Free Library of Philadelphia : serving its youngest patrons with a community-minded approach / Sarah Stippich and Christine Caputo
  • Cultivating knowing and growing at the Scottsdale Public Library / Marko Whelan
  • Intentionality, interactivity, and community in early childhood programming at public libraries : an overview of research / Kathleen Campana and Betsy Diaman-Cohen
  • Middle childhood (ages six to twelve)
  • Connecting programs to the learning and development of children ages six to twelve / R. Lynn Baker
  • Middle children is not middle of the road : developing exemplary services and practices for six- to ten-year-olds at the Chicago Public Library / Elizabeth McChesney
  • A collaborative approach to equitable STEM programming at San Francisco Public Library / Cristina Mitra
  • Middle childhood matters at Toronto Public Library / Diane Banks and Peggy Thomas
  • The dream team : the library as a partner in literacy and learning for children ages six to twelve - related research / John Marino
  • Part III
  • Teens (ages thirteen and up)
  • Why teens need the library and the library needs teens / Sarah A. Evans
  • Empowering teens to build their own futures at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh / Corey Wittig and Kelly Rottmund
  • Teens at the helm : teen-driven programming at the Olympia Timberland Library / Sara White
  • A vision for an innovative new teen space : Boston Public Library Teen Central / Jess Snow, Ally Dowds, and Catherine Halpin
  • Co-constructing leadership : the (r)evolution of discussion-based programming / Gabbie Barnes
  • Teens and public libraries : an annotated bibligraphy of the research / Denise Agosto
  • Conclusion: Putting this all together
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