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The Florida Library Youth Program is a collaborative effort between the Division of Library and Information Services and youth services staff at public libraries.

FLYP's mission is to provide information and resources to youth services staff to promote services for children,families, tweens, and teens in public libraries.

An e-magazine for youth services staff

Library staff are encouraged to share information, innovative projects, program ideas, insights, book reviews, and experiences.

2014 CSLP Teen Video Challenge

FLYP Materials

Find year-round programming ideas developed by Florida's youth services staff.

FLYP summer reading programs

The Division of Library and Information Services has purchased a statewide membership in the Collaborative Summer Library Program. Public libraries should contact the youth services consultant for Florida membership information.

Find a Book

Find A Book is a free online book search that helps you create reading lists based on your interests and reading ability, and helps you find your selections at your local public library.

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Email Your Questions or Comments to Jana Fine, Youth Services Consultant, at

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