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Best Teen Books of 2011

Lists of the best books of the year are popping up all over, and some of the same titles keep appearing.  Here are some of the year’s favorites and a collection of links to different lists.  Click on the book … Continue reading

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December 2011 Teen Programs

December starts this week, how time flies! Here’s a list of what’s going on this month: Minecraft Wednesdays @ 3:30 November 30, December 14 Play together on the library’s multiplayer server. Use your account, or one of ours. Anime Club … Continue reading

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Best Book Reviews by Teen Summer Readers

Summer reading has come to an end.  Congratulations on all of the hours read by everyone who participated!  The part I enjoyed most was reading your reviews.  You can have a look at all of them on the summer reading … Continue reading

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Teens’ Top Ten Voting is Now Open!

Teens’ Top Ten is a national teen choice book award brought to you by The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA).  25 books were nominated by teen book groups around the country. Take a look at the list of nominees … Continue reading

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Teen Movie Reviews: Shrek & Alvin and the Chipmunks

Title: Shrek Plot: Shrek wishes his life was different.  Rumplestitskin changed all that, then Shrek wanted his life back. Favorite Part: When Shrek was practicing battle with Fiona and she was kicking his butt. Least Favorite Part: When they got … Continue reading

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Erin’s Pick of the Week: To Timbuktu

Pick of the week is becoming more of a pick of the fortnight.  But either way, this book fits this summer’s theme of travel and world cultures perfectly! This book tells the true story of Casey Scieszka and Steven Weinberg … Continue reading

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Summer Reading is Here!

Happy Summer! This week marks the end of the school year, and the beginning of the library’s Summer Reading Program.  Required Summer Reading books for the local high schools are available, as well as tons of books for your own … Continue reading

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Erin’s Pick of the Week (or so): Anya’s Ghost

How would you like to have your own ghost? A secret invisible friend, who could do things for you like helping you find out the answers on a tough test, or finding out where that cute boy or girl will … Continue reading

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Teen Movie Review: The Green Hornet

ONE rich guy had a son and took all his hopes and dreams away from him. He wanted him to be more grown up, but all he wanted to do was have fun. So when that little kid grew up … Continue reading

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Erin’s Pick of the Week: Paper Towns

This is one of my very favorite books.  A book so good, that it deserves two covers: Have you ever known someone so adventurous, witty, beautiful, fascinating, magical that you couldn’t help being in love with them? For Quentin, that … Continue reading

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