It seems that somehow, despite a global pandemic, limited in-person library services, and everything else 2020 has thrown our way, we were all able to pull off summer reading programs! Comparing this year to past years is like comparing apples to the apocalypse. We are all in uncharted waters. Here’s a round-up of what has been happening and what is to come!
When does CLNH meet next? We are meeting, Friday, September 25 at 1pm virtually. For more information or to join us, please feel free to reach out to Azra. We’ll be discussing summer reading and upcoming events for this fall!
CLNH and YALS “What’s Next” Discussion: CLNH teamed up with YALS to discuss new programming ideas and have general discussions from librarians across the state. Don’t worry if you missed it, the recording can be watched on the YALS Youtube channel! While you’re there check out some of the book talks that have been posted for the Flume and Isinglass awards!
Flume and Isinglass Awards: In addition to the book talks on the YALS Youtube channel, nominations are now open! Check out the list of what has been nominated so far or nominate titles yourself!
YALS Fall Conference: This year YALS is turning their Fall Conference virtual, “Get Lit: What’s New in YA Literature?”, will be happening on Thursday, September 24, 12:30pm-5pm. Click here for more information, or register here, it’s free!