National Novel Writing Month takes place throughout November. The goal? Write a least a 50,000 word first draft of a novel. This year I asked local Young Adult author, Frank Morelli, to share some tips and tricks for our aspiring teen authors.
Tuition costs and student loan debt are continually rising, leaving many teens to face large financial hurdles in obtaining higher education. Join us for a discussion on whether or not college is still a good investment on Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 4:30 p.m.
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This book club is made for teens who love to read as much as I do and I'm making it easy to join me by making it virtual. Click through for details.
TeenTober is a nationwide celebration hosted by libraries every October and aims to celebrate teens, promote year-round teen services and the innovative ways teen services helps teens learn new skills, and fuel their passions in and outside the library.
Thinking about applying for college? Planning out your career? Check out these free resources and webinars to help make your dreams reality.
The Mad Hatter's Book Club meets virtually via Zoom. The participants (ages 12-18) research whatever they want related to a chosen topic. They could read fiction or nonfiction books, watch movies, read news articles, etc. We then discuss what we found out at our meeting. There is no pressure to speak. Be sure to wear a funny hat if you have one!