The Teen Department is where kids in high school or soon-to-be in high school can come to read about subjects that spark their curiosity and speak to their interests. Come in and browse our books (fiction and non-fiction), audio books, magazines, music CDs, and graphic novels!
Click here to access our events calendar!
Summer Reading ends August 17!
Tweens and Teens in grades 6-12 are eligible to participate in our summer reading program.
Here is what you do:
- Come into the library to sign up- you’ll get a registration number and a packet of tickets. Each ticket is good for one hour of reading. Put your registration number on the back of your tickets as you read.
- As you turn your tickets in, get them stamped by a librarian and then you can put the stamped tickets in the cans of the prizes you want to win!
This year you can earn extra tickets by doing any or all of the following:
Send in a mini book review (at least 100 words): 4 extra tickets
Attend a program: 3 extra tickets
Send a “shelfie” of the books you read this summer: 2 extra tickets.
To submit a shelfie or a book review email Jessica or hand it in when you visit us!
Winners will be announced at the end of the summer!
Teen Tech Time
We are looking for teens willing to commit to an hour out of their schedules to assist adult patrons with navigating their devices in one-on-one sessions. No professionals required; you probably know all the answers to the questions you’ll get! You already know how to navigate your iPhones, iPads, emails, Google, and much more so why not share your knowledge?
All you have to do is contact Jessica at the library to sign up for the hour(s) that works best with your schedule or fill out the form below!
If you want to stay informed on all the upcoming Young Adult programs, email jzaccagniniYA@biblio.org to sign up for our YA Newsletter…don’t worry, we won’t spam you 😉
What to Read
Need help finding what to read next? Our librarians are always happy to help, but if you want to do some browsing on your own, give these sites a try.
- What Should I Read Next? — Enter a book you like and the site will analyze a huge database of real readers’ favorite books to provide book recommendations and suggestions for what to read next.
- 2018 Best Fiction for Young Adults
- NPR’s Guide to Great YA Reads
- Goodreads’ Teen Book Lists
- TeenReads’ Ultimate Reading List
If you are a teen in the Washington community, join our group of kids just like you to share ideas and create programs that speak to your interests! Our Teen Advisory Board will be looking for a group of kids ages 12-18 to talk about books, music, television, and everything else that influences your life and speaks to your curiosity.
Joining our Teen Advisory Board is a great way to earn community service hours! Click here to fill out our form. Please print out and bring to the front desk or contact Jessica by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.