The long-awaited new guide to summer reading programs for children, teens, and families is here. Carole Fiore, who oversees Florida's award-winning summer reading program, has created an expansive and up-to-date handbook for summer reading programs. You will learn how to set goals and objectives; establish themes and schedules; coordinate statewide and regional efforts; market and promote events; and evaluate program success. Up-to-date coverage addresses the No Child Left Behind Act, developmental assets, utilizing the Web, copyright concerns, bilingual programming, online activities, outcome-based evaluations, and more. Fiore also provides an A-Z annotated list of thematic programming ideas and a special illustrated section with twenty-five exemplary programs and numerous best practices from libraries across the country. Special sections serve as a guide to themes and member libraries of statewide and regional cooperative summer programs. Filled with forms, checklists, and sample policies, this is a valuable, comprehensive tool - essential for anyone planning reading programs.Summer camps are also part of the after school network and should be considered possible partners in library programs. Adapting an idea that was found in the 2004 aquot;Southern Collaborative Summer Reading Program Manual, aquot; programs atanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fiore's Summer Library Reading Program Handbook|
|Author||:||Carole D. Fiore|
|Publisher||:||Neal Schuman Pub - 2005-01|