This week, Erin and guest host Adi Rule dive into two sci-fi titles: Attack of the 50 Foot Wallflower by Christian McKay Heidicker and Phantom Wheel: A Hackers Novel by Tracy Deebs. They talk character building, plot pacing and plausibility. Of course, they also reconnect with their teen selves by answering the questions: What was the best vacation you went on as a teen? Who was your teen crush and what was your most awkward moment? You can email email@example.com to share your own stories, ask for a reading recommendation or find out more about library life.
This week, Erin and guest host, Liz, dive into two nonfiction titles: My Family Divided: One Girl’s Journey of Home, Loss and Hope by Diane Guerrero and (Don’t) Call Me Crazy: 33 Voices Start the Conversation About Mental Illness edited by Kelly Jensen. They dig into immigration, personal stories, mental health, language and more. They also dive into their own adolescent lives reminiscing about their favorite tv shows, books they read but weren’t supposed to, and their proudest high school moments. You can email Teen Title Talk to share your own stories, ask for a book recommendation or find out more about library life at firstname.lastname@example.org
This week, Courtney and Erin dig into two Printz contenders, Sadie by Courtney Summers and The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan. They ponder what makes a book great and consider what Best-of-the-Year lists might do for a book and its author. They also dig into their teen lives with the questions “did you pull any pranks?” “What was your ‘fashion’ like?” and “Who was your favorite teacher and why?” Feel free to join the conversation by answering these same questions, ask us about library life or request a book recommendation at email@example.com
We’ve got a lot of great stuff planned this winter, so come out of the cold, visit with friends and get creative in one of our many programs and clubs. We’ve got monthly Escape Rooms, Dungeons and Dragons Club, a Stop Motion Animation Class, Harry Potter Fandom and Writers Group all lined up for your entertainment. Click here to download the brochure—> Program Guide 2018.2019
Register for all programs at the calendar portion of our website!
We’ve got an exciting fall planned. From Stranger Things Fandom to Writers Group to Escape Rooms and Halloween Party Club, we’ll be having a haunting, mysterious and creative time. The weather will be getting colder, but we’ll have lots to do to keep busy and stay warm. You may download the full schedule of events here: Fall 2018.
Fall Programs at a Glance
Questions? Contact Erin Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org
This summer we have a wonderful assortment of programs from Escape Rooms to Writers Group, to MAKE programs and Art series. We’ll be exploring culture in our World Music and Food programs and decorating for prizes in Cupcake Wars. We’ll also be having a summer reading bingo challenge where teens who complete five across can return their card to earn prizes (candy, gift cards, mugs, journals and more) and be entered into a raffle for Canobie Lake Park and Granite State Escape Room tickets!
For more dates and details download our Summer Read 2018 Program Guide
PICK UP A SUMMER READING CHALLENGE BINGO CARD
You can pick up a BINGO Card in the teen space, at the information desk, or by printing this Summer Reading Bingo Sheet. Return the completed sheet to the desk to pick a prize and be entered into the raffle.
Our Summer Reading Program would not be as successful as it is without the help from our amazing sponsors!
Questions? Contact Teen Librarian: Erin Robinson email@example.com
This spring we have a variety of fun and engaging programs for teens. Join us to create spa products in our DIY Spa program. Learn how to create trail grub, snares and Apache fire in Survival 101. Join us around the teen table with fellow creators in our Teen Writers group. And if you love a touch of mystery and puzzles, join our monthly Escape Room (Register here). Dust off those winter doldrums and come in for some fun.
Download the brochure or come into the library and pick one up: