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Teens can meet three Young Adult published authors
hosted by the Warren Library
On Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 7 p.m., authors Caela Carter, Corey Ann Haydu, and Jessica Verdi will present a program on “Finding Truth in YA Fiction” in the Warren Township Municipal Court Room located next door to the library at 44 Mountain Boulevard.
First time authors Carter (Me, Him, Them and It), Haydu (OCD Love Story), and Verdi (My Life After Now) have received critical acclaim for their debut novels for young adults, and they will discuss the health, mind and body issues faced by their characters and teens today, as well as the overall informative and entertaining power of contemporary Young Adult literature.
An open question and answer session will follow, with an opportunity to ask the authors about their books, the creative process that goes on behind the writing their novels and how they got their books published. Learn about what new projects they are working on next.
To register for this teen program (recommended for ages 14 and up) please access the online calendar at http://bit.ly/1ishWfS . While the Warren Library is closed for painting and renovations, you may also email Linda Tripp, Young Adult Librarian at ltripp [at] sclibnj [dot] org , for more information and assistance with registration.
Patrons with further questions may visit the website at http://www.sclsnj.org.