Booktalking boosters: Eighteen ideas to reach those under eighteen

Jones, Patrick
November 1990
Emergency Librarian;Nov/Dec90, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p28
Presents the several techniques in doing booktalk in a way that teenagers would not be bored. How to start a book talk; Relating personal experiences to sell books to teenagers; Setting the moods and creating an inviting environment while doing booktalks; More.


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