In celebration of the American Library Association’s Teen Tech Week 2017, the library staff conducted a book trailer contest sponsored by the Albuquerque Public Library Foundation.
Book Trailers are similar to movie trailers or previews, but they promote books instead of films. Book trailers are made to encourage people to read a particular book or novel. they give an audience a sense of what a book is about without giving away too many details. A Book Trailer is not a book review or a book report.
The winners are posted here for you to enjoy. Click on the links to appreciate the skills of Albuquerque's tech savvy teen readers!
Jacqueline Woodson, who has been the recipient of numerous literary awards, won the 2014 National Book award for her New York Times bestselling memoir Brown Girl Dreaming.
Ms. Woodson, sponsored by Albuquerque Public Library Foundation and Bookworks, spoke at the KiMo Theatre in Albuquerque on June 13, 2017. Amanda Sutton, Events and Marketing Director of Bookworks said, “We are pleased to host Ms. Woodson, a multi-award winning author whose books have been enjoyed by children, teens, and adults. Woodson represents the best of modern American literature, and we are honored to have her visit Albuquerque in support of our public library here.”