Wreck This Book for Tweens
THURSDAYS: Sept. 13, Oct. 11, Nov. 8 & Dec. 13. 4:00—5:00 p.m.
Draw, poke, create, destroy; Let your creative side run wild as you find imaginative new ways to follow the instructions on every page of your own “Wreck This Book”.
For ages 10 & older. Cost: $1.00 per class. $5.00 to purchase a new journal, feel free to bring your own.
PD Day Films
Friday, October 5, 2:00 p.m., rated PG-13
PD Day Fortnite Dance Party
Friday, November 16, 3:00-4:00 p.m.
In the Archives Building
We won’t be playing the game — but instead learning all the best Fortnite dance moves! Beginners welcome. Get ready for a good workout! For ages 7 and older. Free. Tickets available at the Library.
E-Resources for Teens
The popular teen-books website Teenreads.com offers teens everything from book reviews and author information to contests, polls and a blog, plus reading lists like “Adult Books You Want to Read” and the “Ultimate Teen Reading List.” Founded in 1997 as part of the Book Report Network, it draws 300,000 visitors per month Check out their Ultimate Reading List and get reading!
TumbleBook Cloud — for teens and young adults. This online collection contains ebooks, read-alongs, graphic novels, audio books, and National Geographic videos. Read online from your computer or from any mobile device. Read reviews, write reviews. Enjoy reading on the cloud.
Forest of Reading – Red Maple
Titles are available in the Young Adult Section.