Teen Services Blog

The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer

Mara doesn’t remember the events that led up to her being in the hospital in a coma for three days. 

Homework Help

This week marked the beginning of the spring semester, which means that most of you already have reading assignments, upcoming quizzes, and a slew of other things to work on.

But I have good news—the library is here to help! When we updated the library’s website, we also updated the teen section to include a wide variety of helpful links and resources.

Winter Holiday Mashup Party!

Why celebrate one winter holiday when you can celebrate them all! Kick off winter break by joining us at this year-end party. We'll have lots of fun activities, including ornament-making, a left-right gift exchange, table tennis, twister, table-top foosball, and even limbo!


Emerson Cole doesn’t like the idea of returning to her old high school for her senior year, not after her infamous br

He Said, She Said...

With so many books out lately in the girl’s point of view, I wanted to highlight a few recently published books that feature a guy’s point of view instead. I know the cover art features a girl on each book, but the girls are part of the subject matter, not the perspective.

Give them a try--I liked them all, and I hope you do too!

Ripper by Stefan Petrucha

Carver Young has lived in the same orphanage ever since he was a baby.  But now New York City is


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