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Assembly on Literature for Adolescents National Council provides exciting and informative links in many areas of young adult literature.
to Internet Sites: Children's and Young Adult's Authors and Illustrators
This site, sponsored by the Internet School Library Media Center, offers links to biographies, interviews, birthday information and name pronunciation guides. The site is arranged by reading level, with links by author name.
"This project deals with the award origins, criteria, medal descriptions, and award books for Newbery and Caldecott Awards. In addition, we give more information in WWW for those people who are interested in these award books and other kids information."
This page from About.com contains the latest works in young adult literature (YAL) as well as links to other Web sites pertaining to YAL. Subjects include authors, award winners, classics, multicultural, new releases, nonfiction, recommended reads and reviews. This site also provides links to books on specific subjects such as health, sports, poetry, dating, humor, multicultural, and mysteries.
"The Missouri Authors Directory--a project of the Missouri Center for the Book--has been several years in the making and will be updated monthly. This directory includes information on nearly 500 authors currently living and writing in Missouri." It is possible to perform a keyword search; search by audience, county of residence; or genre to locate information about Missouri authors. The entries include the previously listed searchable fields along with a listing of their publications and contact information.
Directed at teens and older readers, this page offers links to Web sites dealing with young adult (YA) literature. These pages include reading lists, award winners, journals, and links to YA authors. Overbooked (Book Links) is a volunteer project undertaken by the Chesterfield County (VA) Public Library.
This page features recommended reading lists on a variety of topics for young adults as well as award winning reads. The page is provided by the St. Charles Public Library in Illinois.
View short biographies of many young adult (YA) authors and a listing of their works at this Web site. The features link connects to male and female YA authors of the 20th century as well as the Caldecott/ Newbery Award and Coretta Scott King Award for the current year. Award winners for the past year are also posted. The main page features recent YA novels and a search engine to help find a specific author or title.
and Young Adults
The Michigan Electronic Library provides this page of links to author sites, yearly best book sites, book review sites and other young adult literature pages on the Internet.
Adult Librarian's Help/Homepage
"The Young Adult Librarian's Help/Homepage is designed to gather resources on and off the Web to help librarians serving teens." This page has information in the following categories: journals, organizations and associations, young adult literature, online resources, electronic discussion lists, publishers and distributors and Web sites for teens.
Adult Library Services Association (YALSA)
YALSA is provided by the American Library Association. This page provides professional resources, sites for young adults, awards, booklists and conferences. A good page for someone seeking information on young adult literature, such as booklists, awards and projects, conferences and events, professional resources, young adult Web sites and state and local young adult news.
Adult Literature: Middle & Secondary English-Language Arts
This page provides "resources to support the curriculum in English and Language Arts for K-12 educators." There are numerous links that provide information. This is an excellent page to find resources such as general education and literature sites, African American and Asian American history and literature, American Literature, book reviews, feminism, historical fiction, Shakespeare, short stories and traditional and world literature. This page is supported by the Internet School Library Media Center.
Adult Literature Trivia -- Young Adult Protagonists on the Move
A brief trivia quiz is provided regarding young adults and conflict along with the answers to the quiz.
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