Teen Word Cloud



Recommended Reads: Staff Picks for Teens

5th Wave Aristotle and Dante Boy Nobody Dualed

Eleanor and Park If You Find Me More Than This Murmurings



Upcoming Programs


Creative Writing: Holiday Stories
Tuesday, December 17, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Join us for a special writers’ night filled with stories, music, and Christmas snacks!
Jennifer Evans and Stacy Post will be here again to give us ideas on how to use imagery in storytelling!
We’ll listen to the classic tale, Gift of the Magi and use fun writing prompts to get you thinking about
your own story ideas! If you’re working on a story that you would like to have critiqued, please bring it
to the session for author Stacy Post to review. Limit is one short story per person with a 2,000 word max.


Peel Away Book Quote Art
Thursday, January 9, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Do you have a favorite quote from a book or movie? How about a great line from a song? Come to the library to create a canvas that showcases your favorite quote or words of inspiration for the New Year! All supplies will be provided. Open to teens ages 11-19. Please register for this program!














Book quote of the month

"Senior year. And then life. Maybe that's the way it worked. High school was just a prologue to the real novel.
Everybody got to write you -- but when you graduated, you got to write yourself. At graduation you got to collect your teacher's pens and your parents' pens and you got your own pen. And you could do all the writing."

-Benjamin Alire Sáenz, Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe