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Drawing on their respective roles as a college library media professional and a psychologist, those authors current a accomplished five-step version of bibliotherapy. They discover the way it can be utilized to compare the character and occurrence of the psychological wellbeing and fitness wishes of kids and teenagers. in the 5 steps, actions that include varied bibliotherapy courses are defined and advantage valuable for bibliotherapy perform are tested. huge references to the pro literature and a pattern software that displays the team-based making plans approach encouraged by means of the authors finish this precious source.

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Sixth, bibliotherapy may act as a source of information for youth when they face specific problems that set them apart from their peers. For example, Coleman and Ganong (1990, 327) use literature involving stepfamilies with both adults and young people. " Pardeck described similar applications of bibliotherapy for several distinct groups, including foster care (1990a), blended families (1989a), and adoption (1989b). Anderson (1992, 83) discusses the use of bibliotherapy with chronically ill children in a pediatric setting.

It is by "walking a mile in the character's moccasins" that young readers gain key insights into the experiences, feelings, and behaviors of persons other than themselves. Second, children must have rudimentary social problem-solving skills to use the insight they gain through bibliotherapy. Simple problem-solving skills include being able to describe the problem clearly, to see more than one possible solution, and to systematically evaluate the different solutions when choosing among them. These steps allow young readers to fit the problems, solutions, and consequences found in literature into a plan for personal action.

Chapter 4, "Skills of the Youth Librarian/Media Specialist," describes the specialized skills that make this profession uniquely suited to match children and books. Librarians and school library media specialists work diligently to find books, videos, tapes, computer programs, CD-ROMs, and other formats that contain the information or entertainment wanted or needed by those who use the collection. They organize these materials and then devote time and energy to matching particular items to individual users.

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