I am picturing a very disturbing group of children.
Don’t let this happen to you! Visit our Writing Center to solve all of your punctuation/grammar/editing needs! Think of the children!
Open to Grades 7-12
Meets in the Children’s Dept. of the Hillsborough Library
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
from 6-8 pm
Bring your essays or papers with you.
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The Girl Who Inspired ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ And A Network Of Friends -
Esther Earl died at age 16 from cancer. Her parents have published a collection of her writings.
Esther’s parents, Lori and Wayne Earl, talk about This Star Won’t Go Out on NPR’s “Here and Now”.
What’s that Daylight Saving Time? We lose an hour of sleep?
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Hillsborough Library Teens turned 3 today!
This Tumblr started out as a Teen Tech Week project - and look at us now! Chock full of book/movie/music info, all things YA, weird gifs and memes, library friends and more.
Thanks so much for visiting!
Now excuse me, I think I have some nostalgia in my eye…
Here’s a peek at some of our newest YA books. Click the title to view the book in our catalog, read reviews, or place it on hold!
Pieces of Me
by Amber Kizer
After a car accident leaves her brain-dead, Jessica tries to prevent her parents from donating her organs and tissues, but then follows the lives of four fellow teens who are able to survive because she did not. (Heavy stuff)
by Saundra Mitchell
Forbidden to set foot on her family’s lobster boat after her brother’s death, sixteen-year-old Willa will do anything to help her grieving, financially-troubled family, even turn to the weird Grey Man who haunts the lighthouse near her small Maine village. (Twist on dark paranormal legend)
by Mark Parsons
When teen drummer, Zach, signed up to spend the summer on tour with a rock band, he didn’t realize the stairway to heaven was such a bumpy ride. (Music, Realistic Fiction)
One or Two Things I Learned About Love
by Dyan Sheldon
Hildy has only had two-and-a-half dates in her whole life, and she isn’t counting the half. It’s starting to look as if she’s never going to have a third date, or be kissed, or know a boy who is more than just a friend. Then, on an ordinary day, she meets Connor of the melt-that-ice-cap smile - and a summer that was going to be ordinary as toast turns into Hildy’s summer of love. (Realistic Fiction, Romance)
March 4th, the only day that is also a sentence. —
John Green (via queendany)
March forth everyone!
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