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Bibliotherapy – Young Adult Fiction and Teens in Crisis

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Date(s) - 09/30/2016
All Day

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Register here for access to the recording of this webinar, available within 7 days of the live class on 2/4/4/2016. We will email you when the recording is posted here. Prefer the live event? Register here.

This session will explore young adult fiction as a resource for educators and librarians who often deal with teenagers in crisis. With themed recommendation lists, Courtney and Joy will show how fiction is a safe place for teens to explore difficult issues and how they can be inspired by the characters they are reading about.

Joy N. Hensley ~ Biography
Joy N. Hensley is a middle and high school English teacher. There’s nothing that she’s not willing to try–including hiking 600 miles of the Appalachian trail. Once upon a time she went to a military school on a dare and then wrote Rites of Passage, a book set at a military school. She lives in Virginia with her husband and two children, finding as many ways as she can to never do another push-up again.

Courtney C. Stevens ~ Biography
Courtney C. Stevens grew up in Kentucky and lives in Nashville, Tennessee. She is an adjunct professor and a former youth minister. Her other skills include playing hide-and-seek, climbing trees, and being an Olympic torch bearer. She is also the author of Faking Normal, which Kirkus Reviews called “a story that resonates” and Publishers Weekly called a “rich debut,” as well as the e-novella The Blue-Haired Boy.

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