Apart from the complete bibliographic information, I am adding the permanent link for WorldCat. From there you can check the Queens College/CUNY availability.
GENERAL PROGRAMMING RESOURCES
- Alessio, A. J., & Patton, K. A. (2007). A year of programs for teens. Chicago : ALA Editions. A 2nd edition was released in 2011.
- Alessio, A. J., LaMantia, K., & Vinci, E. (2015). A year of programs for millennials and more. Chicago : ALA Editions.
- Alessio, A. J., & Booth, H. (2015). Club programs for teens: 100 activities for the entire year. Chicago : ALA Editions.
- Anderson, S. B. (2005). Extreme teens: Library services to nontraditional young adults. Westport, Conn: Libraries Unlimited.
- Coleman, T., & Llanes, P. (2013). Teen craft projects 2. Chicago : ALA Editions.
- Coleman, T., & Llanes, P. (2009). The hipster librarian’s guide to teen craft projects. Chicago: American Library Association.
- Mondowney, J. A. G. (2001). Hold them in your heart: Successful strategies for library services to at-risk teens. New York: Neal-Schuman.
- Schadlich, M. E., & Hoenke, J. (2015). Cooking up library programs teens and ‘tweens will love: Recipes for success. Santa Barbara, CA : Libraries Unlimited.
Beyond these monographs, you should always check the professional journals VOYA and YALS. Online you can always find ideas and a potential sharing community at The Library Incubator, YALSA’s The Hub, TeenLibrarianToolbox, and Teen Services Underground.
ABOUT SPECIFIC POPULATIONS: For these topics, some of the monographs are rather outdated. They still can serve as a general guidance about the population, but you should always check the LISA and LISS for more up-to-date information.
- Cuban, S. (2007). Serving new immigrant communities in the library. Westport, Conn: Libraries Unlimited. (rather outdated)
- Gough, S., Feehan, P. E., & Lyons, D. (2014). Serving grandfamilies in libraries: A handbook and programming guide. Lanham : The Scarecrow Press (It mentions teens’ role)
- Holt, L. E., & Holt, G. E. (2010). Public library services for the poor: Doing all we can. Chicago: American Library Association.
- Hughes-Hassell, S.; Bracy, P.B.; & Rawson, Casey H. (eds). (2016) Libraries, Literacy, and African American Youth: Research and Practice. Santa Barbara, Calif: Libraries Unlimited. This professional development project focuses on African American males.
- Katz, V. S. (2014). Kids in the Middle: How Children of Immigrants Negotiate Community Interactions for Their Families. Rutgers University Press. Teen immigrants as mediators (not library focused, but it can certainly help to identify specific information needs)
- Lapin, S., & Klor, Ellin. (2011). Serving Teen Parents: From Literacy to Life Skills. Libraries Unlimited.
- Lerch, M. T., & Welch, J. (2004). Serving homeschooled teens and their parents. Westport, Conn: Libraries Unlimited. (not at QC)
- Naidoo, J. C., & In Dahlen, S. P. (2013). Diversity in youth literature: Opening doors through reading. Chicago: American Library Association. (Focused on collection but encompassing so a perfect starting point)
- Montiel-Overall, P., Nuñez, A. V., & Reyes-Escudero, V. (2016). Latinos in libraries, museums, and archives: Cultural competence in action! : an asset-based approach. Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield (not at QC)
- Smallwood, C., & Becnel, K. (2013). Library services for multicultural patrons: Strategies to encourage library use. Lanham : The Scarecrow Press
- Rubin, R. J., & Suvak, D. (1995). Libraries inside: A practical guide for prison librarians. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland.
- Vogel, B. (2009). The prison library primer: A program for the twenty-first century. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press.
- Gough, C., & Greenblatt, E. (1990). Gay and lesbian library service. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland. (The classic text)
- Mallon, G. P., & Mallon, G. P. (2010). LGBTQ youth issues: A practical guide for youth workers serving lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. Arlington, Va: CWLA Press. (not LIS and not QC, but really good!)
- Martin, H. J., & Murdock, J. R. (2007). Serving lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning teens: A how-to-do-it manual for librarians. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers.
- Disabilities/Differently Abled:
- Farmer, L. S. J. (2014). Library Services for Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Chicago: American Library Association.
- Klipper, B. (2014). Programming for children and teens with autism spectrum disorder. Chicago : ALA Editions.
- Mates, B. T., & Reed, W. R. (2011). Assistive technologies in the library. Chicago: American Library Association.
- Roberts, E. A., & Smith, R. J. (2010). Crash course in library services to people with disabilities. Santa Barbara, Calif: Libraries Unlimited.