Watch for Teen Summer Challenge, returning again in July!
If you are between the ages of 13 and 18, and you are looking for some excitement for the summer, come to the Library and register for the TEEN SUMMER CHALLENGE! Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You will complete challenges to earn points for weekly prize draws. Click here for the rules. Challenges available in July 2017.
For every five points earned, you will get one entry for the GRAND PRIZE!
Teen Girls Book Club
Enjoy reading and talking about books? Come and share ideas, crafts, activities and games, and make new friends at the Book Club.
Teen Girls, age 13 and up
Fourth Thursday of each month — beginning again October 2017
3:30 – 4:45 pm
We have loads of books in our Young Adult section specifically for teens. Check out our Recommended Reading page.
Check out the Teen Reading Club, “an online space to share your love for all things bookish with other bookishly-minded teens aged 12 to 18”.
Our librarians offer help with library catalogues, the Internet and other online resources. Contact us for more information.
For Teen Writers:
An innovative and exciting forum to respond to the books you read at home or school. Their website encourages you to submit reviews, as well as stories, poems, drawings, and photography.
About.com has put together an excellent resource for teen writers. Not only will you find all kinds of tools to help you improve your book reviews, but you’ll also find a list of blogs and online journals of interest to teen writers. From personal blogs of working writers and editors, to journals about language, news sites about publishing – check it out!
Teen Ink is a monthly print magazine, website and book series all written by teens for teens. There are over 16,000 pages of student writing on the site. You can also send your work to them.
Check out these links, too:
- Research & Homework Help
- Teen Health & Wellness
- Teen Guide to Separation & Divorce
- Login to Your Library Account to renew items, place holds & check fines