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22 09, 2016

Staff Picks: The Gallery

By |September 22nd, 2016|

As the head of household at the famous Sewell mansion in the 1920s,  12-year-old Martha’s Ma quickly hires her as the new kitchen maid; a necessity after Martha smart talks her teacher one too many times and gets kicked out of her local parish school. Mr. Sewell is the wealthy

25 03, 2016

Read of the Week: Dumplin’

By |March 25th, 2016|

According to, well, herself, Willowdean Dickson is about the last person predicted to compete in a pageant show, and it isn’t because she’s a (self-proclaimed) “fat girl.” It’s because pageants are an old fashioned diatribe of materialistic desires, full of shallow competitors. Unfortunately, Willow’s former beauty queen mother happens to

2 03, 2016

Teen Tech Week 2016: Create It @ the Library!

By |March 2nd, 2016|

Every March, Teens around the nation are celebrated for the creativity, drive, and inspiration that they bring to their Libraries year-round. Innovation is a forefront in Libraries every day of the year, but resources and programs are especially highlighted during Teen Tech Week so Teens can explore different opportunities and interests

14 01, 2016

Read of the Week: Ash & Bramble

By |January 14th, 2016|

At the opening of Sarah Prineas’ “Ash & Bramble,” Pin wakes up in a fortress, dirty, cold, and with no memory of her past. She’s immediately thrust into hard labor as a seamstress and days pass in a blur as she and other women sew stitch after stitch after stitch.

29 10, 2015

Read of the Week: I am Princess X

By |October 29th, 2015|

In Cherie Priest’s I am Princess X, we are introduced to middle-schooler May, and her first true friend, Libby. The two girls quickly bond over a love of writing and drawing, and combined, they create Princess X, a fearless comic hero who slays dragons and goes on the boldest adventures.

20 08, 2015

Which Teen book was your fave this year?

By |August 20th, 2015|

Vote here for the chance to have your favorite book as a Top Ten! In honor of the Young Adult Library Association's "Teen Read Week", which is celebrated every October, awesome Teen books are being highlighted. Your choice always counts so vote today and find out who made the cut

6 08, 2015

Read of the Week: Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda

By |August 6th, 2015|

Simon is in love and he’s not all that sure of what to do with that fact. He’s been exchanging emails with Blue, his mystery admirer who goes to the same school, when the emails fall into the wrong hands. In a flash, Simon finds himself being blackmailed by Martin,

4 08, 2015

School is near? Have no fear! Resources for Teens are here!

By |August 4th, 2015|

Look no further than the Library for plenty of resources for your homework, volunteer, and free time needs! -  Check out the Teen "Homework Help" section of our website for links to ACT/SAT prep, biographies, and study guides. And don't forget our variety of Databases that are free to use

11 06, 2015

Read to the Rhythm! Summer Reading Program 2015

By |June 11th, 2015|

We're celebrating our annual Library-wide Summer Reading Program, Read to the Rhythm, with activities and prizes that will get you moving to the beat all summer long! Summer Reading runs from Saturday, June 13 to Saturday, August 8 and is open to ALL ages. Join us for our Summer Reading Program Kick-Off

23 04, 2015

Read of the Week: Bellweather Rhapsody

By |April 23rd, 2015|

Oh, to be stuck in a gigantic and creepy old hotel with a bunch of teenage musicians, a murderer, and the bloody legend of room 712. Sounds like a dream come true, right? For lovers of Ellen Raskin (The Westing Game), classic murder mystery scenarios, and basically any creepy horror movie,

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