Novels in Verse Are Great For Book Reports

Need a book report or ten by the end of the year, try a novel in verse. April is National Poetry Month impress your teacher by reading and reporting on a novel in verse.

Mythology and Movies

If you love ancient mythology and you love movies, then you’ll looooove this program.

My Best Everything: Is It Enough?

Will Lulu’s summer after high school in rural Virginia be toxic or intoxicating when she tries to raise her college tuition money by making moonshine? What would you risk to ensure your shot at a better future — your family, your friends, your life, or your heart?

Flipped Out In School

The Flipped Classroom switches from traditional teaching methods, to technology driven methods delivering instruction online outside of the class and moving “homework” into the classroom.

Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is a small piece of technology for people with big ideas. Come see a demonstration of what it can do at our Teen Tech Fair, March 12th 4-5:30 in The Edge

Libraries Are For Making

Tech, tech, tech it out! It’s Teen Tech Week, and we have so much to offer here at the library.

Teen Tech Fair

Calling all Tech Designers and Inventors: Submit your program, website, app or technology creation to us by March 8 and you can present it at our Tech Fair for a chance to win prizes! There will be presentations, demos and a chance to mess around with technology of all kinds. Register at 580-4565. Or just show […]

True Grit: A TAB Book Trailer

Missed out on The Big Read? Not yet! Let our TAB’s True Grit book trailer convince you to check your copy out from the library.

Guy in Real Life

Two Minnesota teens lives become intertwined through school, role-playing games, and a chance two-a.m. bike accident in this story about role playing — in games and in real life.

Words and Their Very Revealing Meanings

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.

Teen Winter Reading Books

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.

New YA Books: Early 2015

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. […]