Teen Services Blog
There comes a time when you might get tired of reading about hobbits, or about elves and grumpy dwarves becoming friends. There's nothing wrong with dwarf-elf friendship, but sometimes you're not in the mood for it, or you feel like you've read it a million-bazillion times already. Tolkien has been such a large figure in fantasy writing that it can feel like every book might be set in Middle-earth. But that isn't so! Read more about No Hobbits Here: Fantasy Beyond Middle-Earth
Sometimes one friendship can define your life. For May, that friend was Libby. As little kids, they created the comic character, Princess X, and spent their time chronicling her adventures. Then Libby died. Before May could claim them, Libby's father threw away all the Princess X comics t Read more about I am Princess X
When a god's life and power is based on the number of worshipers he has, what is an almost completely forgotten god with no shrines to do? Start a business where he works odd jobs and minor miracles for 5 yen! That's Read more about Odd Jobs for a Forgotten God: Noragami
This fall has a plethora of highly anticipated new books. Here are just a few that we at the Library can't wait to read. Now we just need to find time to read them all. Read more about These Fall Books Need to All be Out Already
Support the Library this Saturday at the Barnes and Noble Teen Book Festival; located at Marketview Shopping Center, 65 East Marketview Dr. in Champaign!