Talk about books while surrounded by books with other teens who love to read? K, sign me up for that.
Teen hangout space, The Edge, is getting updated with new decor and furniture. See what’s in store.
Writers gotta write. Readers gotta read. On September 26th, experience the perfect storm for teen writers and readers alike as Kim Liggett visits Teen Writers Group at The Edge. It will be an online video interview where teens can talk in person with this exuberant, complex author who has been a back-up singer, an actress, an entrepreneur, the mother of two teens, and is now […]
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Discover a delightfully different teen romance novel!
Devon Tennyson is content with her unrequited crush on her football playing best friend Cas forever. She is completely wrapped up in their friendship, re-reading Jane Austen novels, and she needs nothing else. Happily ever after. The End.
Yes, we all know the oft-cited girls of bestselling lit: the Katniss Everdeens and the Hermione Graingers. But what other great girl role models are we missing out on?
What are the best teen books you read this year? Share your recommendations and find out the favorites of one librarian reader.
You can always discover exciting new teen reads at the library — and select new books are available in print in David J’s Place and download through Hoopla!
Horror, romance and history, what more could any teen want in a good autumn read?
Reading a book can put you in the shoes of a character or situation you might not ever be exposed to otherwise. Books teach us so many important lessons. Why then are so many books banned or challenged?
Teen romance novels aren’t a place where you might expect to find many characters who are still in their infancy. Sure, sometimes the guys or gals don’t act all that mature, but actual babies are few and far between. Here are some books that break the mold.