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					                                      Sponsored by Kansas City Metropolitan Library
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                                     Young Adult Workshop

                                     Going Teen

                                          November 16, 2010
                                          9:00 am—3:30 pm
                                     North Kansas City Hospital
Kansas City Metropolitan Library &

                                      2800 Clay Edwards Drive
                                       North Kansas City, MO
Independence, MO 64050
15624 E. US Highway 24

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                  General Information                                              Young Adult Workshop, November 16, 2010
COST: Each class has a membership and non-membership rate. Please
refer to the session for cost.                                         Name: ___________________________________________________

LOCATION: The directions to the North Kansas City Hospital will be     Library:__________________________________________________
sent out with your workshop confirmation.
PRE-REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required to ensure your place,
lunch and workshop materials.                                          Address: _________________________________________________

Send Registration to:                                                  City: ______________________State: ____ Zip: ________________

        Mary Puhr, Professional Development Coordinator                Phone: _____________________ Fax: ________________________
        15624 E. US Highway 24                                         E-mail: __________________________________________________
        Independence, MO 64050

KCMLIN BILLING/REFUND/CREDIT POLICY:                                   KCMLIN Member Prepaid           $60.00 ______
                                                                       KCMLIN Member Billed            $65.00 ______
   KCMLIN WORKSHOP BILLING/REFUND/CREDIT                               Non-KCMLIN Member              $120.00 ______
   POLICY: We prefer all workshops to be prepaid or paid
   at the door. If you prefer to be billed, please add $5.00 per       Prepaid fees must be in the KCMLIN office at least seven days prior to the
   person. Full refunds or credits are available for cancella-         workshop. No refunds will be given after this date.
   tions made a minimum of seven (7) days prior to the work-
   shop less a $5.00 administrative fee (you can transfer to           Check # ________________ Amount: _________________
   another   workshop a minimum of seven (7) days prior to
   the workshop with no administrative fee.). Cancellations
                                                                       Required information to process credit card:
   made less than seven (7) days receive no refund or
                                                                       We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
   credit and you or your organization will be billed. NO
                                                                       Name on Credit Card_____________________________________________

                                                                       Billing Address for Credit Card____________________________________

                                                                       City, State, Zip Code_____________________________________________
ACCOMPANY THIS WORKSHOP FOR THE COMFORT AND                            Credit Card Number: ____________________________________________
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                                     SPEAKERS                                                           Our Keynote Speaker
Cari Albarelli is a Youth Services Specialist for the Johnson County Library,
working primarily with teens. She participates exclusively in hobbies that allow
her to listen to books at the same time.                                                                      Kimberly Patton
                                                                                                       2010-2011 President of YALSA
Amanda Barnhart is a Library Associate at the Trails West Branch of the Kansas
City Public Library. From thinking it might be the end to Life As We Knew It to
evading the treacherous designs of President Snow, Amanda has navigated the Oh
My Teen Book Group through four years of teen literature.

Linda Bowman is the YA Associate at West Wyandotte Library in Kansas City,
Kansas. She is always looking for programs to try out on her unsuspecting teens.

April Edwards is the Teen Services librarian for MCPL- Raytown Branch. She is
currently collaborating with the Raytown secondary schools to promote teen
reading and services in the community.

Crystal Faris is the Director of Teen Services at the Kansas City Public Library
but she thinks that in another life she was a filmmaker. Or maybe she just wishes
she was one now.

Jessica Ford is currently in charge of teen programming and book clubs at the
Red Bridge Branch of the Mid-Continent Public Library. She also works with her
alma mater, Center High School and the Center School District. She has two dogs,         Kimberly Patton is the 2010-2011 president of the ALA‘s Young
one cat, two ferrets, a husband and lives in Waldo.                                      Adult Library Services Association and the Central Library‘s Teen
                                                                                         Librarian for Kansas City Public Library. The theme for her
Megan Garrett is the Library Associate at the Sugar Creek Branch of the Kansas           presidential year is Think Big. Developed with guidance from the
City Public Library. Megan enjoys teaching computer classes, hosting teen                Presidential Advisory Task Force, Patton hopes to spend this year
programs, and working with community partners. In her spare time, Megan is an            helping YALSA to make a big impact on members' communities, see
avid bowler and is patiently awaiting the return of Conan O'Brien to cable               with a global focus, and provide the tools members need to take their
television.                                                                              teen library services to the next level.
Lacie Griffin is the Library Media Specialist for Raytown Central Middle
School. She recently won the Lynne Stype Empowerment Grant from MASL and                 Come listen to her presentation and learn more about YALSA,
is working with MCPL to develop programming ideas for middle school age                  including current and future initiatives, how you can get involved
teens.                                                                                   and what YALSA has to offer you.

Abbey Ludlow is a passionate teen programmer for the Smithville Branch at
Mid-Continent Public Library. She likes the color red, pirates, anime, YA lit,
going green, Facebook, and Skittles.

Erica Voell is the Youth & Teen Librarian at the Bonner Springs City Library. In
her free time, she fights weeds in the garden, quilts, knits and can‘t wait to see the
interesting and odd movie adaptation of ―To Kill a Mockingjay‖.
                            AGENDA                                          I WANT a Teen Book Group! - Listen to the lowdown from experienced
                                                                            teen book group leaders as they reveal the gory and not-so-gory details
                                                                            involved in running a successful teen book group. Amanda Barnhart, April
9:05-9:10       Opening announcements
                                                                            Edwards, and Megan Garrett will share their book group triumphs and
                                                                            mishaps while offering ideas, tips, and resources to start your own.
9:10 - 10:10    Keynote speaker Kimberly Patton
                                                                            The Ultimate Duo! School and Public Library Partnerships - School and
10:10 – 10:25   Break
                                                                            public libraries need to work together to meet the needs of teens in the
                                                                            community. It‘s not impossible! Come and join us for programming and
10:25 – 11:15   Breakout Sessions
                                                                            collaboration ideas that have joined school and public library efforts in
                -I WANT a Teen Book Group!
                                                                            reaching our readers. Presenters: Lacie Griffin, Jessica Ford
                -The Ultimate Duo! School and Public Library Partnerships
                                                                            Booktalking the Best Books for Young Adults - Listen to booktalks and
11:15 – 11:45   Booktalking YALSA‘s Best Books for Young Adults
                                                                            watch book trailers of many of the titles from YALSA‘s Best Books for
                                                                            Young Adults list. A great way to get ideas for talking up YA titles with
11:45 – 12:45   Lunch
                                                                            your teens.
12:45 – 12:50   Afternoon announcements
                                                                            Coming Attractions: Book trailers @ your library—Why should movies
                                                                            be the only thing promoted with a preview? Move over films, book trailers
12:50 – 1:20    Booktalking YALSA‘s Best Books for Young Adults
                                                                            attract readers and have terrific library programming potential. This session
                                                                            will discuss all things book trailer—making them, using them, programming
1:20 – 2:20     Breakout Sessions
                                                                            with them. Presenters: Crystal Faris, Cari Albarelli, Erica Voell
                -Book Trailers
                -Talking Teen Programs
                                                                            Talking Teen Programs - Have you ever wished you could find out about
                                                                            programs that worked in other libraries? Bring a program idea of your own
2:20 – 2:30     Break
                                                                            to share and we will discuss all the details of programs that worked for us
                                                                            including supplies, reference materials, and tips on how to make the
2:30 – 3:15     Booklists Galore
                                                                            program run more smoothly. All program ideas shared will be made
                                                                            available online after the workshop. If you have even one program to share,
3:15 – 3:30     Name That Book
                                                                            join us and learn something new! Presenters: Linda Bowman, Abbey

                                                                            Booklists Galore - Need book lists? We‘ve got ‗em! Whether you‘re
                          COMMITTEE                                         looking for dystopian fiction, YA nonfiction, novels in verse, or anything
    Lisa Gooden, Kansas City, Kansas Public Library (Facilitator)           else, join us for this open house session to mix and mingle and take home a
                                                                            handful of new booklists to help you recommend that perfect title for your
            Amanda Barnhart, Kansas City Public Library
                                                                            teens. Plus, add your own favorite titles to our lists and we‘ll email them
         Linda Bowman, Kansas City, Kansas Public Library                   out at the end of the workshop.
              Crystal Faris, Kansas City Public Library
               Lacie Griffin, Raytown Public Schools                        Name That Book - Team up and test your reader‘s advisory skills by
           Christen Rhodes, Mid-Continent Public Library                    matching vague descriptions of plotlines (like the kind you hear from actual
            Dennis Ross, Johnson County Public Library                      teens) with real YA titles and covers. Discover how good you are at
                                                                            deciphering which books your teens are really after.

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