OYAN Review Summer Edition

Fresh off the press, the OYAN Summer Review is here.

Click on the link to view a PDF version of the review.

OYAN Review – Summer2014

 

Enjoy!

Tie-dye T-shirt Design Program

By Barratt Miller, Crook County Library

The Crook County Library tie-dye t-shirt design program during the Summer Reading Program.

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Graphic Rave 2014

Survey Monkey is ready to start taking your votes for the Graphic Rave 2014

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LWPY23P

Please refer to the attached spreadsheet for more information about each nominated title.  There is a choice for a “no” vote.  If you feel strongly that a nominated book does not deserve to be a part of the Graphic Rave, please vote no.  Please, please only use the “no” vote if you feel a certain book is very inappropriate for this list – not just something you don’t personally like.  I’ll subtract no votes from the yes votes to get a total.  If you like a title, vote yes!  Survey Monkey uses IP addresses to remember votes; you’ll be able to add votes as you keep reading nominated titles, as well as see how you’ve already voted (assuming you always vote from the same computer).

You can vote until July 21st (since I’m a little late getting this out).  Be prepared to discuss and debate the results at the Summer Membership meeting on July 25th.

 

Thanks for voting!

Traci Glass

Teen Services Librarian

OYAN Summer Meeting

The Summer OYAN meeting is July 25th at the Crook County Library in Prineville. If you are unable to attend, check back and we will post how to connect with gotomeeting closer to the date.

http://www.crooklib.org/Location/tabid/1030/Default.aspx

OYAN Review: Spring 2014 Edition

Hot off the virtual press! The Spring 2014 issue of the OYAN Review.

In this issue:

PLA Highlights: Teen Program Edition

Teen Fandomania Party

Photos from OLA 2014

and more!

OYAN Review – Spring 2014 (PDF)

ORCA Winners Announced!

“This year we held the 4th annual Oregon Reader’s Choice Award, co-sponsored by 3 OLA divisions (OASL, CSD, OYAN), along with the Oregon Reading Association and the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association.

This year there were 2635 students who read the books and voted for for the award. We had about 60 schools participate, representing 23 school districts, the Portland Archdiocese, and independent private schools. We also had 6 public libraries participate, representing 4 library districts. All of the names of the participating institutions will be posted on the OLA website, on the ORCA homepage.”

 Upper Elementary (Junior) Division Winner, out of 1831 votes

Pie by Sarah Weeks

 Middle School (Intermediate) Division Winner, out of 487 votes

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life by James Patterson

 High School (Senior) Division Winner, out of 253 votes

Divergent by Veronica Roth

OYAN Book Rave 2014

The OYAN Book Rave is here! Through an arduous process, Oregon’s young adult librarians have identified 20 of the strongest entries into the world of YA literature from 2013. Having been announced and booktalked at the Oregon Library Association’s annual conference, the 2014 Book Rave list is now available to download, print, and share with patrons. We also highly encourage displays of these excellent books sure to make connections with teen readers on a personal level, pull heartstrings, or just offer a boatload of fun.

 

Book Rave 2014 Brochure

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