Library Programming for Families with Young Children
, by Suye McCleaf Nespeca (Neal-Schuman Publishers, Incorporated, 1994). This book focuses programming on families with young children in order to break the cycle of illiteracy. Nespeca covers topics such as family programs on the Importance of reading to young children, family storytime programs, and programs for the entire family.
Latchkey Children in the Library & Community, by Frances Smardo Dowd (Greenword Publishing Group, Incorporated, 1991). This resource provides exciting and successful after-school programs for latchkey children.
Programming Author Visits, by Jan Watkins (American Library Association, 1996). This book guides readers through the stages of planning and the preparation for author visits.
Childrens Jukebox: A Subject Guide to Musical Recordings and Programming Ideas for Songsters Ages One to Twelve, by Rob Reid and Bob Reid (American Library Association, 1995). This resource provides the reader with 2400 childrens songs for programming use. In addition, song summaries, age/grade levels, and tips for their use are included.
Ready-to-Go Reading Incentive Programs for Schools and Libraries, by Hilda L. Jay and Ellen Jay (Neal-Schuman Publishers, Incorporated, 1998). This source includes 16 detailed and well structured reading incentive programs.