JRLYA is now available
"JRLYA promotes and publishes high quality original research concerning the informational and developmental needs of young adults; the management, implementation, and evaluation of library services for young adults; and other critical issues relevant to librarians who work with young adults. The journal also includes literary and cultural analysis of classic and contemporary writing for young adults."
Articles in this issue include:
- Editor's Message from Sandra Hughes-Hassell
- "More Powerful than a Locomotive: Using Graphic Novels to Motivate Struggling Male Adolescent Readers," by Karen Gavigan
- "Are All Lists Created Equal? Diversity in Award-Winning and Bestselling Young Adult Fiction," by Casey H. Rawson
- YALSA Research Committee Poster Session, by Sandra Hughes-Hassell