A year of burying your grief is bad, but Anna O’Mally is practicing coffin yoga and visibly wearing her pain to firmly pushing her remaining family away in this moving portrayal of blinding grief and depression.
Read about a few of the award winning and most popular Young Adult books published in 2014. Whether your interests are beautiful literary works, suspenseful dramas or funny romances, these books will make the time fly.
If you google “new books for teens 2015,” you’ll see a link to Goodreads.com that will show you 684 YA books coming out in 2015. See the list here. But before we overload ourselves by gorging on that many titles, let’s look at a few highlights—books that will be new the first three months of 2015. […]
Librarian Lissa was surprised by what these 5 teen fiction stories on her recent reading list had in common– You won’t believe how you can benefit from what she discovered…
We offer regularly occurring programs for teens on a wide variety of fun themes. Find the ones you like and participate for a great time.
Last month, the Library was honored to have Angela Johnson as the guest speaker for our annual young adult author visit. So far, Ms. Johnson has over 30 publications ranging from preschool board books to young adult novels, and has won three Coretta Scott King awards, the Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Award, and the Michael […]