Two YA blog recommendations
I’m a bad blogger. I’ve already broken all of my blogging resolutions for 2010. Truth is, I’ve not had much time or energy for blogging lately. I have a horrible tendency to over-schedule myself, and it’s been an incredibly hectic couple of months.
That said, I want to highlight two YA blogs that haven’t been as lame as mine lately:
Creating Discussion is a terrific blog maintained by Katie, a colleague of mine from the MLIS Program at UWO. Katie posts with amazing frequency and I’m consistently impressed with the quality and thoughtfulness of her book reviews. I especially like her non-fiction picks and read-alike suggestions. I’m looking forward to job-shadowing with Katie at the Kitchener Public Library next month.
Libraries and Young Adults is a blog by my good friend and fellow MLIS student, Stephanie Vollick. Steph’s passion and enthusiasm for serving teens in the library shines in her blog. She reviews a variety of YA materials and professional resources and is always highlighting creative and innovative teen programming ideas.
Go check them out!