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As a member of the bibliophile club I’ve always loved libraries. Any place with books is a place I’m happy to be in. Since I grew up before “look it up on your phone,” there really was only one place where you could go to look up information, and get your hands on books if you weren’t buying said books—I apologize to anyone who tried to check out the children’s book about the Author: Jamie Canaves. Find and save ideas about Teen library displays on Pinterest. See more ideas about Library ideas, Library book displays and Librarians.
Teen Reading Rocks @ the whs Library: Contact Me Home Book Lists so I wanted to share what we displays we have created based on these inspirations. Our first March Madness Book Tournament! We took the top rated titles in a variety of genres, new and old, and put them head to head. One tip I'd recommend if you have the space for multiple displays is to change one display in each space every week and rotate around the youth department like that. For example, one week you put up a new picture books display, then nonfiction, then YA/teen, etc. Don't forget to raid your CD and DVD collections for a multi-category display.