Review Crew – Teen Book Review

Graceling Kristin Cashore Place Hold Reviewer Grade 10th How many stars would you give this book?  3/5 What grade level would you recommend this book to? 9th and up Review Graceling follows the journey of young Katsa, who is Graced with killing. This makes her a Graceling, one of the few people in her

New Manga

Wrap up April with Manga Are you a manga fanatic? Do you want to read the manga that has inspired your favorite Anime? Check out this list of NEW manga series available in the Teen Room and stop by to browse the collection! These manga are aimed at teens (13+). More titles can be found

Review Crew – Teen Book Review

American Royals Katherine McGee Place Hold Reviewer Grade 9th How many stars would you give this book?  5/5 What grade level would you recommend this book to? 8th and up Review American Royals tells the story of what the US would look like if George Washington had become king instead of president. Fast forward

Review Crew – Teen Book Review

The Summer I Turned Pretty  Jenny Han Place Hold Reviewer Grade 9th How many stars would you give this book?  4/5 What grade level would you recommend this book to? 8th-11th Review The Summer I Turned Pretty follows Belly’s summer life with her family and the family of her mother’s best friend, Susannah. Susannah

Review Crew – Teen Book Review

The Red Queen Victoria Aveyard Place Hold Reviewer Grade 9th How many stars would you give this book?  5/5 What grade level would you recommend this book to? 8th-11th Review The Red-Queen series follows 17-year-old Mare Barrow’s journey from being a poor thief to a princess. The world Mare lives in is divided by

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A Farewell to Arms Ernest Hemingway Place Hold Farewell to Arms by Earnest Hemmingway is made beautiful by Hemmingway’s delicious use of the English language. The writing is so beautiful that one is entertained and inspired while reading about wine, trees, cheese, or cobblestone. Hemmingway describes scenes in ways that no one else can. The main character

Virtual Programs for Teens & Tweens

While we might still not be meeting in-person right now, we will be offering a lot of opportunities for you to geek-out, play games, have fun, learn, and virtually connect with the library this fall via Zoom, Discord, and more! Registration is required for all programs and events.  Virtual Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) Club Date:

Pride Month

Pride Month is an annual commemoration held during June to remember the 1969 Stonewall Riots in Greenwich Village, New York, which gave birth to the LGBTQIA+  rights movement in the United States. It is a chance for us to honor diversity while supporting our LGBTQ friends and family. Below are some fiction and non-fiction reads to help you

Racial and Social Justice Resources

For teens searching for resources on racial and social justice, here is a list  that I hope you will find helpful in these uncertain times. Whether you’re discussing current events  with your parents, friends, or you’re merely learning for yourself, the following books and documentaries are available to you with your library card.  Books are