Kids & Teens
Kids & Teens Updates
Posted on Tuesday, November 29, 2011 - 3:30pm
So you've read all the teen books you've found on your own, and you're looking for suggestions? Brandy's spent the month updating the Recommended Reading pages on the Teen page. Sci-fi, fantasy, historical fiction, or realism, there's an updated list for you. (Mystery-lovers, please be patient; we're still working on your update!)
Also, a reminder: you don't have to be a teen to read teen books--there's plenty that will appeal to adults, too.
Posted on Wednesday, November 9, 2011 - 3:03pm
June is a military genius, having aced her exams and graduated early from the academy. Her first assignment: track down the elusive Day, the Republic's most-wanted criminal, the boy responsible for killing June's brother, the only family she had left. Day, in contrast, failed all his exams and has been living on the streets ever since, smuggling his gambling winnings to his brother, the only member of Day's family who knows he's still alive. June wants to avenge her brother's death; Day wants to buy the cure to the plague that's ripping through his family's neighborhood. June is about to find out exactly what the Republic government is capable of--and that's something Day has known all along.
The book is LEGEND, by Marie Lu. It comes out November 29, and you can request your copy right here.
Posted on Monday, October 24, 2011 - 10:06am
A new crop of books in the Teen Zone: new books in Cinda Williams Chima's Seven Realms series, Sara Shepard's Lying Game series, and Margaret Peterson Haddix's The Missing series, plus new titles from Meg Cabot, Maggie Stiefvater, AS King, Harlan Coben, and more. Check our LibraryThing for all the new titles, and reserve them through our online catalog.
Posted on Friday, October 14, 2011 - 4:00pm
The library would like to determine the best days and times to offer Story Times for children from babies up to the time they enter kindergarten. Please complete the survey to let us know what is best for your family.
Posted on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - 1:59pm
Teen Read Week has come and gone for another year, but that doesn't mean there's no reason to pick up a great book. If you need some suggestions, or if Brandy came to your class and you forgot the titles she talked about, take a look at the high school list or the middle school list. And if you want more suggestions, take a look at the rest of our suggested teen reading lists.
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