Teens Blog

Teen Monster Craft

 

Get ready to own the night as we make our very own fabulous monster crafts!

Grades 7-12

Thursday, July 12th
4:00pm-6:00pm

 

4:00 pm

Teen Book Club

Talking, eating, and hanging out with your friends – what could be better? Teen Book Club meets to discuss a book together.  Sign up and get your copy of the book at the Youth Services desk.

Grades 6-12

Registration required

Tuesdays, June 19, July 17, and August 28: 5-6pm

5:00 pm

Meet the Staff: Sara

Position

Youth Services Associate.

What high school did you go to?
Driscoll High School

What is your favorite YA book?
Undecided

Meet the Staff: Marisa

Position

Youth Services Associate.

What high school did you go to?
Guerin Prep

What is your favorite YA book?
Undecided

What is/are your favorite pizza toppings?
Cheese and Sausage and Pepperoni

Meet the Staff: Katie

Position
Youth Services Manager/Young Adult Librarian.

What high school did you go to?
West Leyden High.

Meet the Staff: Donna

Position
Youth Services Associate.

What high school did you go to?
Oak Park River Forest High School.

Volunteering @ Your Library

Teen Volunteers

This program designed for the long-term volunteer. Volunteers work with Youth Services librarians to prepare for programs (cutting out shapes, etc.) and to keep the department in working order (straightening books, etc.).

*Please note that many like you would like to help us, but there are limited slots. Apply a couple months before the hours are due to increase your chance of becoming a volunteer in time.

 

How to Be Bad - Book Review

Vicks, Mel, and Jesse -- three unlikely friends -- with one thing in common: they're trapped in a car trying to get as far away as possible from Niceville, Florida armed with only a battered copy of the Fantastical Florida guide book. Heartbreak, breaking and entering, sight-seeing, and more than a few fights about music choices later, the girls figure out that this road trip will mean more than they ever expected.
 

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