Saturday, June 1, 2013

Teens' Top Ten ballots are out!

Looking for some good summer reading? How about checking out a few of the proposed books for 2013's Teens' Top Ten list? Some of these books are on display in the teen sections at Central and Buena Vista, along with a ballot for you to use to keep track of your response to these titles. You can mark off the ones you read, and check a box underneath: "Loved it!" "Hated it!" or "Just so-so." Then, in August and September, you can go to the YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association) website to VOTE for your favorites, and the ones with the most votes will be this year's top 10! Winners are announced in October, during Teen Read Week.

You can find an annotated list of the nominees here, and you can pick up a ballot at the library. Enjoy your summer reading! Don't forget to write these down in your READING LOG and get tickets to win prizes! Drawings once a week on Fridays during the Teen Summer Reading Program. (We will remind you when it's time to vote, and give you the link.)

1 comment:

  1. I love this idea. Since voting has moved online, I think that it is helpful for teens to have a way to track what they have read and their reactions. Do you have a PDF of the ballot?

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