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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Re-design and upgrade your collection and services to attract male teens, as well as females, to the library. With this guide, you'll learn about reading habits of young men, male-friendly collection development with fiction and nonfiction materials, teen advisory boards, teen area design and display, programs that bring male teens into the library, homework services, Re-design and upgrade your collection and services to attract male teens, as well as females, to the library.

With this guide, you'll learn about reading habits of young men, male-friendly collection development with fiction and nonfiction materials, teen advisory boards, teen area design and display, programs that bring male teens into the library, homework services, diversity of male teens, and how to redefine library policies, procedures, and attitudes to create an environment where male teens thrive.

Filled with insights, anecdotes, practical guidelines, and tips that show how to make the library a facility where male teens feel welcome and comfortable. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. Sort order. Dec 29, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: librarianship. This book is brilliant. I must have at least two dozen pieces of paper stuck in different pages.

It comes with great suggestions to supplement YA collections with books guys will actually want to read. As I've been weeding non-fiction, I've realized the potential for that collection to really grab teen guys.

This will tell you how much I love this book - in the past few years, it's the only adult book I've read in one night. And it's nearly midnight and I can't wait to get to work tomorrow to This book is brilliant. And it's nearly midnight and I can't wait to get to work tomorrow to start implementing some of the ideas.

View all 6 comments. Apr 12, Treasure rated it did not like it Recommends it for: nobody. Shelves: grown-up-books. I hated it-- I felt like I was being talked down to no, I do not see teen males a scary beings from another planet, and yes, I make an effort to serve them, and YES, I have heard of this mysterious genre known as manga and YES, I friggin' have it at my library and that it oversimplified libraries and teenage boys.

Scary flashbacks to my secondary education textbooks that still thought schools today are like they were in the s. Jan 09, Monica Walker rated it liked it.

As someone who was new but familiar with with YA services I was interested in finding out what this books would give me for advice. One of the more interesting things constantly listed throughout the book was teen guys read non-fiction. When I try to get teens to read no matter the gender I always go for fiction, doesn't matter if it is through chapter books or graphic novels.

I personally think that non-fiction is so-so, thus I don't recommend it. I also loved that there was a section on As someone who was new but familiar with with YA services I was interested in finding out what this books would give me for advice.

I also loved that there was a section on different genres and suggestions for books aimed at boys. The big thing in this book that I didn't like was the way the author described teen boys.

At least where I work I do not see boys that have spiked hair and piercings. I see loud and energetic boys that, yes they sometimes have saggy pants but most of the time they just are edgy and moody. I think that the stigma that boys ages are violent and aggressive comes from the fact that the book was written over 12 years ago. In today's world most of teens are just filled with depression and anxiety, even the media is still portraying males ages as violent people but slowly is going for a more modern image.

Those violent and aggressive teens do not come in our library, because there is no benefit for them. Though we do deal with teens that are rude and show disrespect, violence is usual not a worry with them. As far as having a welcoming staff, I think we hit it on the mark. Our staff greats everyone we can with a smile and a welcoming hello, the only time that I have seen a staff member seem unwelcoming is when the teen is arguing about something that we have done or said, such as keeping volume down in certain sections.

I was hoping to find a section about how to deal with male drama, since that seems to be a big part of our conflict both with boys and girls. As far as I have seen when it comes to programming in this books and using it in the present world it still is relevant. Have programs not just for your teen girls but aimed for boys. Our best teen programs attendance happens when we have very active and game like programs.

You have to play to your audience Oct 30, Andrew rated it liked it Shelves: genre-non-fic-adult , october , library-teen-stuff. The book does emphasize something that I think our system needs to do train staff to deal with teens, male and female, in a positive HONEST way-Teens can see through B.

It also touches up on ways to do reader's advisory to teens, understanding teen attitude, establishing collection, and creating programs and displays that will get your guys in! Jan 04, Anna rated it it was ok. Rollie Welch, Teen Coordinator of the Cleveland Public Library System, draws from years of experience working as a high school or public librarian with teens in rural, suburban, and ethnically-diverse urban communities. Jan 15, Jamie rated it really liked it Shelves: librarianship.

Welch's purpose is to help school and library people be more aware of the needs and interests of male YA readers, and he succeeds in giving a helpful outline the variety of tasks and issues we should attend to. I liked the chapters about programming and outreach, too; lots of good ideas there. There's no magic answer, Welch argues, for how libraries should connect to boys--the important Welch's purpose is to help school and library people be more aware of the needs and interests of male YA readers, and he succeeds in giving a helpful outline the variety of tasks and issues we should attend to.

There's no magic answer, Welch argues, for how libraries should connect to boys--the important thing is that they should. Mar 06, Trever rated it did not like it. I know I am reading this book 8 years after being published, but the books in the "Quick 5" I have no idea what those books are.

Secondly if you are a librarian or a school librarian I am sure you took the job because you like people and books. So the first part of this book is how to deal with teens that are felons. I think it was a good premise of a book, but it was written really awfully. Dec 04, Becky Durbin rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction. Welch offers sound advice and suggestions for building YA programming and services.

Despite the "Guy" title, many of the suggestions apply to teens in general. It's unfortunate that the book has not been updated since A few ideas are out of date, but more modern substitutions can be easily constructed.

Jun 18, Ed rated it liked it Recommends it for: ya liberrians. Shelves: libraries. The author provided many interesting ideas on reaching an often overlooked and underserved demographic, along with shortlist recommendations for various genres. Sep 14, Peyton rated it really liked it Shelves: 4-stars. Welch has some solid ideas for YA services, and the experience to back them up.

Unfotunately, this book is a little long in the tooth--an updated edition would be great. Jul 17, Audrey Snowden rated it liked it. Liked it If he did a blog it would be helpful; his current reviews seem to be mostly street lit. May 21, Rose added it Shelves: adult-non-fiction. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Rollie James Welch. Rollie James Welch. Books by Rollie James Welch.

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My fall semester officially ended last night and MFA applications are due for potential incoming students in just a few weeks… I only have one semester left of school—a time period which will be heavily focused on writing my thesis. This is both exciting and scary. I thought I would try and touch base with a recent MFA graduate to both quell my nerves and see what life is like or can be like after the degree is completed. I was lucky enough to have an email correspondence with successful YA author Siobhan Vivian. She also has two other novels under her belt, her debut novel A Little Friendly Advice and the follow-up— Same Difference.

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The Guy-Friendly YA Library: Serving Male Teens

We look for ourselves in fiction. A great book resonates with us as we empathize with a protagonist's struggles and triumphs, and encourages us to step into their shoes as they set off on a fantastic journey. Expanding our world with different perspectives is part of the thrill of reading, but it can be very lonely to only read books where there isn't anybody like you. AbeBooks supports a future where younger generations can pick up a book and see themselves on the page - where they learn that they can be the heroes of their own stories, especially those with happy endings.

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Re-design and upgrade your collection and services to attract male teens, as well as females, to the library. With this guide, you'll learn about reading habits of young men, male-friendly collection development with fiction and nonfiction materials, teen advisory boards, teen area design and display, programs that bring male teens into the library, homework services, diversity of male teens, and how to redefine library policies, procedures, and attitudes to create an environment where male teens thrive. Filled with insights, anecdotes, practical guidelines, and tips that show how to make the library a facility where male teens feel welcome and comfortable. He has worked as a librarian, mostly with teens, for 26 years in both school and public library settings.

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