We’ve had so much fun this summer!
Thanks to everyone for attending our teen programs :)
Here’s some pics from July:
We had our fan favorite program: Cupcake Boss! Everyone got super creative with their decorations… it was so hard to vote for the best!
After tallying 200 votes, here’s our winners:
Later that month, we had our Frozen: Winter in July program. We watched Frozen (of course), chowed down on some Italian Ice and even had some celebrities stop by….
Were you at any of our teen programs this July?
Here’s some of our newest YA books! Click the title to view the book in our catalog, read reviews, or place it on hold.
The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone
by Adele Griffin
When a celebrated New York City teenager, known for her subversive street art, mysteriously dies, her life is examined in a series of interviews with her parents, friends, boyfriends, mentors, and critics. (Mystery) *Note from Teen Librarian Diane: This looks like such an interesting, multi-layered book! It’s full of faux paintings, photographs, interviews, and articles regarding Addison. If you like mysteries or if you enjoyed Chopsticks by Jessica Anthony, pick this one up!
by Tom Leveen
The night before going on trial in a sensational felony case that has ruined her life, sixteen-year-old Tori Hershberger receives a random phone call from a stranger contemplating suicide and she begins a race against time to save him. (Suspense, Bullying - Read if you liked Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher)
The Fourth Wish
by Lindsay Ribar
When eighteen-year-old Margo McKenna becomes a genie, she must figure out how her new powers work, deal with having a master who attends her high school, and try to graduate with her secret under wraps all while learning what “forever” really means when your boyfriend is a centuries old genie. (Fantasy, Magic)
I Love, I Hate, I Miss My Sister
by Amelie Sarn
Portrait of two Muslim sisters, once closely bonded, but now on divergent paths as one embraces her religion and the other remains secular. (Family relations, religious identity, Cultural issues)
A Time to Dance
by Padma Venkatraman
In India, a girl who excels at Bharatanatyam dance refuses to give up after losing a leg in an accident. (Novels in verse)