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Summer Reading Launch in Syracuse 6/12/12

The Onondaga County Public Library celebrated the launch of their “Summer Reading at New York Libraries” program with a kick off event on June 12th at the Robert P. Kinchen Central Library in Syracuse, NY. Last year in Onondaga County 5,715 children and teens participated in “Summer Reading at New York Libraries,” reading over 90,000 […]

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YALSA: National Teen Space Guidelines

The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), a division of the American Library Association, has published “National Teen Space Guidelines,” a set of standards for creating quality public library spaces for teens. The guidelines are based on the following nine points: Physical Space: Solicit teen feedback and input in the design and creation of the […]

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Harry Potter Interactive Reading Experience

 In partnership with Sony Entertainment J. K. Rowling has just released http://www.pottermore.com/, a website containing content not included in her original seven Harry Potter novels. The website was originally released on July 11, 2011 and was limited to only one million users. It is now available to anyone interested in Harry Potter. The unreleased text […]

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Summer Reading Launch in the North Country

 “Summer Reading at New York Libraries” celebrated the launch of the Summer Reading Program on May 16th at Plattsburgh Public Library, Plattsburgh, NY. This launch is the second of five spring press events to draw attention to summer reading at public libraries this summer. Director of the Plattsburgh Library, Stan Ransom, presided over the event […]

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