Teen Services

Andersen, Kirsten
December 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 6, p266
The article reports on the teen services that are offered at the public libraries in Canada. It cites that these services have emerged because the Canadian libraries have acknowledged the unique needs and demands of teenagers. Most public libraries are collecting wide range variety of books appropriate for teens' needs. Teen services give opportunities to the youth to be more aware of the services being rendered in public libraries and realize that these institutions are open for public use. INSETS: Library-Based Online Teen Spaces;Enrich Your Professional Reading.


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