Teen Newsletter – February

Check out February’s edition of the Teen Newsletter. Thank you to the Teen Advisory Board for putting it together!

Coloring Corner: January Submission

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This January our littlest patrons had lots of fun coloring and completing activity sheets inspired by this wintery season. Check out the December 2023 Coloring Corner submissions on the bulletin board and below!   Patron Submissions:   Staff Submissions: Be sure to explore February’s collection at the Coloring Corner and submit your drawings to the […]

On Display in YA – Let’s Bake It Through Midterms

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December 2023 All book descriptions are from the publisher unless otherwise indicated. Batter Royale by Leisl Adams In this fun graphic novel, a talented young chef is selected to participate in a baking reality show and finds herself mixed up in spicy competition, bitter rivalry, and sweet romance.   The Heartbreak Bakery by A.R. Capetta […]

Teen Take and Make – Winter Snow Globes

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This month’s Teen Take & Make project transported teens into a snowy, winter paradise by creating their own waterless snow globe! Teens enjoyed the project so much we ran out of kits in less than 2 hours! Take a look at some pictures from the project!   – Gail Lordi (Youth Services Assistant) and Jason […]

On Display in YA – Winter Reads

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December 2023 All book descriptions are from the publisher unless otherwise indicated. Whiteout: a novel by Dhonielle Clayton, et al. In Atlanta, just before Christmas, twelve teens band together to help a friend pull off the most epic apology of her life during the storm of the century, which results in a magical moment that […]

Young Adult Non-Fiction that Reads like Fiction

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All book descriptions are from the publisher unless otherwise indicated. The 57 Bus by Dashka Slater   One teenager in a skirt. One teenager with a lighter. One moment that changes both of their lives forever. If it weren’t for the 57 bus, Sasha and Richard never would have met. Both were high school students from […]