YAAB

AcronymDefinition
YAABYoung Adult Advisory Board
YAABYet Another Address Book (software)
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Teen comments weren't customary, but Pratt's YAAB advocated for their favorite books.
As Boulder's YAAB members planned their first Banned Books Week, they were appalled to see ALA's list of books that had been challenged or banned from To Kill a Mockingbird to A Wrinkle in Time.
In a local newsletter article about this transformative experience, YAAB members Ingrid Ulbrich and Anna Salim wrote, "Adults often feel the need to take charge of our lives and control what enters our minds." Their description defines exactly what youth advocates are not.
yaab butu: Oenocarpus bacaba (nukak) [Cardenas & Politis, 2000]
We cannot hide the truth nor we are required to tell lies for any one's sake,' he Zafar Yaab said.
Doctoral student Dylan Burns recalled his "first political awakening" in seventh grade as a member of our public library's Young Adult Advisory Board (YAAB), when a book he loved was under attack.
MULTAN -- Director General Agriculture (Extension) Syed Mohammad Zafar Yaab has said that cotton cultivation target will be achieved by May 31.
For Banned Books Week 1994, my Young Adult Advisory Board (YAAB) at Boulder Public Library in Colorado engaged the community in making a chain representing banned books they had read.
On Saturday, volunteers helped YAAB stretch the six-thousand-link chain through the building.
Banned Books Week inspired my Young Adult Advisory Board (YAAB) at Boulder Public Library in Colorado to write a play, including booktalks of banned books, to educate their peers about censorship.
Broderick published my article about YAAB's experience, "Watch Out for 'Don't Read This,"' in June 1995.