• Provides many creative ways for librarians to integrate arts back into library programming that are often cut in schools
• Presents a fun and easy approach to providing young adult library services and programming—a growing user group
• Specifically for the teen demographic, these art projects "speak their language," are made using objects that are from their life, and address "green" themes such as volunteering, animals, and nature
• Each of the art projects are accompanied by a photograph of the finished product
• The bibliography contains practical resources for librarians, such as teen books, DVD titles, websites, and blogs
• An index makes it easy to locate art project ideas, programming, and other practical resources
"With plenty of practical advice on how to get started and get the program going . . . Teen's Go Green! is a top pick for those looking to expand the horizons of their school's youth."
Midwest Book Review
Nationwide, school budget cuts have brought an end to art programs. At the same time, the need for quality after-school programs is continuing to grow. These are just two of the reasons librarians serving teens in public library and school settings are now asked to fill the role of art teacher and provide services beyond reading and research.