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Rely on these excellent sources to:
-- Create an environment that fosters intellectual, emotional, and social growth
-- Select fiction and non-fiction that informs, inspires, and interests young adults
-- Integrate school library resources with curriculum requirements
AIDS, drugs, gangs, pregnancy...tough times for teens. With The Best Years of Their Lives, librarians and teachers can recommend helping resources for personal crises.
The completely updated second edition brings together the finest self-help resources for troubled or bewildered young adults ages 10-18. Twice the size of the first edition, this essential source looks at 405 nonfiction and fiction titles and 86 videos. Zvirin, YA editor of ALA's Booklist, also offers age-range guidelines and two all-new sections: "Safe Passage", with resources on violence and safety in school and in neighborhoods; and "Wellness", publications on emotional and psychological issues.
A selective, annotated bibliography of fiction and non-fiction self-help works for teenagers, arranged under such topics as "Family Matters," "Wellness," and "Sex Stuff."