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Meet the Staff: DonnaMarch 17, 2012
What high school did you go to?
What is/are your favorite pizza toppings?
What was your favorite high school class?
What's the CD you can't live without?
What is your most embarrassing teen moment?
Volunteering @ Your LibraryMarch 17, 2012
This program designed for the long-term volunteer. Volunteers work with Youth Services librarians to prepare for programs (cutting out shapes, etc.) and to keep the department in working order (straightening books, etc.).
*Please note that many like you would like to help us, but there are limited slots. Apply a couple months before the hours are due to increase your chance of becoming a volunteer in time.
Fill out an application either in-person or online. Your parent/guardian also needs to sign a permission slip allowing you to volunteer. Turn it in at the Youth Services' Desk and schedule an interview. Volunteers may only work two two-hour shifts a week. Volunteers must have an interview with Katie before being accepted into the program. Priority is given to students who must complete volunteer hours for either school or another organization.
Summer Reading Volunteers
Summer reading volunteering for 2012 will come sooner than you think! Applications will be available around May, so don't forget to stay updated. Please visit the Youth Services desk or call (708) 343-3391, ext. 7484 for more information!
Teen Homework LinksFebruary 24, 2012
Dictionaries & Thesaurus
How to Be Bad - Book ReviewFebruary 23, 2012
Vicks, Mel, and Jesse -- three unlikely friends -- with one thing in common: they're trapped in a car trying to get as far away as possible from Niceville, Florida armed with only a battered copy of the Fantastical Florida guide book. Heartbreak, breaking and entering, sight-seeing, and more than a few fights about music choices later, the girls figure out that this road trip will mean more than they ever expected.
Raised by WolvesFebruary 23, 2012
Bryn might not be a werewolf, but she definitely knows them. Ever since her parents were killed when she was a young girl, she’s been living with a werewolf pack – marked as their own. And while Bryn loves her wolf family, she challenges their rules and hierarchy whenever she has a chance. And meeting Chase gives her the perfect opportunity to continue to question their rules. Will she break away from the only identity she’s ever known?
This book is paranormal romance at its finest. The series is multi-layered and highly developed – the mythology behind Barnes’s werewolves is logical and acceptable. But what really impressed me about this book was Bryn’s character. She is such a strong girl; one that’s perfectly capable of speaking her mind and making her own plans. This was so refreshing to see in this kind of a book – I am so happy that this one will also have a sequel coming next summer.
Downloadable Audiobooks, eBooks, Music and VideoJune 3, 2011
We now offer downloadable audiobooks, eBooks, music and video via Media on Demand. A number of eReaders, mobile devices, and computers are supported. For a list of supported devices see the Device Resource Center.
You are Here!May 27, 2011
For Teens in 6th Grade Through 12th Grade
Teens have their own reading program, so come join the fun! Read what you like, including magazines and comic books, and just keep track of how long you read on one of our handouts. Every two hours you spend reading will earn you prizes and a raffle ticket for one of our Grand Prizes. You can only turn in one level a day, so come early and come often.
New Computer Reservation and Printing UpgradeFebruary 22, 2011
We're getting a reservation/printing system upgrade! If you have money on your library card, you must "cash in" at the Circulation Desk before March 31st.*
*After this date any money on your card will be non-refundable.