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Participating in Fall Reading is easy!
Just pick up a Bingo card from the Information or Reference Desk and fill out your information.
Then start reading!
Every time you read a book, write the title on the corresponding numbered line on the back. So if you read a “mystery or horror” book (#24), you would write the title in line 24. Read more about Teen Fall Reading Program 2016
On October 1st from 9am-2pm, the library is going to be at the Heartland Maker Fest in Lincoln Square Mall.
We'll be bringing projects and technology from our Teen Open Lab to demonstrate the awesome resources that teens can use every week at Teen Open Lab. Stop by and say hi! Read more about Join us at Heartland Maker Fest on October 1st!
100 years. Five stories. 2 connected worlds. Allies or enemies?
Dylan discovers the Other Place as a child and keeps trying to go back there, angered and mystified that no one else can sense the other world as his real life spirals out of control.
Prom. No word can fill a high schooler with more dread or delight (or ennui if you don't care (ennui is totally a SAT word. You should look it up if you haven't. Also it's a cool word. I swear.)). The drama of whether to go, who's taking whom, and what to wear is unparalleled. Read more about If Prom was an 80s Action Movie
Student run arbitration in schools is nothing new. But what if students didn't just listen to problems and suggest solutions? What if they took each other to trial? Read more about School Judgment (AKA Phoenix Wright in Grade School. Objection!)