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Teens: Project Linus

Project Linus Kick off the New Year with a good deed and earn volunteer credit! Make a no-sew blanket to donate to Project Linus. Saturday, January 30th, 3:00-4:30 p.m. Grades 7-12 All materials provided. Sign up. Want to learn more about Project Linus? Click here!  

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Teens: Top Five Things True of Harry Potter Fans

You know you are a true Potterhead when you… 1. Wait every year for your Hogwarts letter. 2. Think of Dobby every time you see a sock. (RIP) 3. Cancel all plans when a Harry Potter movie marathon is on. 4. Reread the books….once, 15, 100 times.     And the most important thing all...

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The Hunger Games Read-a-likes

With Mockingjay Part 2 coming to theaters soon, I have Hunger Games fever! If you’re like me, you’ve reread The Hunger Games trilogy countless times. While some say the dystopian fiction craze is over, we know many readers are still loyal fans. So if you're looking for a new book that has the...

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Teens: Get Your Scare On

When I think of October I think of corn mazes, carving pumpkins, and scary stories. You never know what monsters are lurking in the night, especially on Halloween. Here are a few books that will help you get your scare on.     Shutter by Courtney Alameda Micheline Helsing is a...

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Teen Fantasy Must Reads

If you’re anything like me, you can’t pass up a good fantasy book. Whether you are new to the genre and looking for a fantastic first story or a seasoned pro on the hunt for your next favorite, here are some suggestions to get you started.     A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas...

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Five Books You Should Read If You Liked Paper Towns

John Green is amazing--this is a proven fact. His books make us laugh, cry, and think. And while I’m all in favor of endless re-reading, sometimes you just need to try something new! Here are just a few suggestions to get you started.         Let’s Get Lost by Adi Alsaid Why...

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Teen Fiction Review: Vanishing Girls

Nick and Dara were not only sisters… they were best friends. What happened? Nick is trying to reconnect with her sister. She feels guilty from the accident that has left Dara scarred for life. This suspenseful novel follows Nick through the summer after the accident. She is living with her mother...

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Teens, what's your future reading forecast?

Summer is here! It's a great time to relax and read something purely for fun. What does your summer reading forecast look like? Will it be... Sunny on a beach with a light summer romance? Storm chasing action and adventure? Cloudy with a chance of a long road trip? Visit us and check out this...

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Zombie Prom Photos and Video

It was a "Night to Dismember" for the teens who were at our Zombie Prom last week.  The frightfully undead evening had zombie dancing, makeup effects station, craft, and even a costume contest. We ended the night with all of the costumed patricipants posing for a group photo. Thanks to all...

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Afterhours Zombie Prom for Teens

They're coming...  Friday, April 24, will truly be a night to dismember! Teens are invited to Afterhours Zombie Prom from 7:00-8:30 pm at the Main Library. The Library will be open - but just for zombies in 7th through 12th grade. Enjoy pizza, music, brain bucket trivia, and other activities...

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