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Thursday, March 7, 2013


Get your Winter Reading Club log to the Youth Services Desk by Saturday, March 30, in order to be entered into our Grand Prize Drawing for the iPod Nano.   We will also raffle a number of teen books.  You can STILL register for Snow is Falling, Books are Calling at the Youth Services Desk--but you only have about 3 weeks left!

We had a full house for our February FIT program: Chocolate Fondue and Hershey's Kisses Bingo. We have a couple of openings left for our DUCT TAPE program on Friday, March 15, so sign up now--either online or at the Youth Services Desk.  This program is for teens in Grades 7 through 12.


Requiem by Lauren Oliver, concludes the Delirium trilogy.

Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare is the third and last book of the Infernal Devices trilogy.





Tuesday, February 26, 2013


In honor of “Tell A Fairy Tale Day” (yes, there is such a day, and it actually is today), take a look at the fairy tale mash-up, which is a story that recombines elements or characters from multiple fairy tales to create a new story.

Some examples from the Teen Zone include:

Beauty (YA MCK) – Beauty & the Beast.

Beastly (YA FLI) – Beauty & the Beast told from the Beast’s viewpoint.

Book of Lost Things (YA CON)  Snow White, Red Riding Hood, and Rumplestiltskin are given new, often nightmarish life in this book.

Cinder (YA MEY) – The first volume of The Lunar Chronicles, a cyberpunk version of Cinderella.

Kill Me Softly (YA CRO) – Set in a place where Grimm’s fairy tales come to life.

Enchanted (YA KON) – Features a talking frog, Cinderella’s dropped slipper, and Jack’s beanstalk, among other components of various tales.



Friday, February 22, 2013

Voting has begun at your local high school for the 2013 Abraham Lincoln Award.  You have until March 15 to cast your ballot for your favorite book from a list of nominees that includes: Anna and the French Kiss, Clockwork Angel, Leviathan, Matched, Thirteen Reasons Why…and many more outstanding titles.  Come in this weekend to check them out!



Sunday, February 17, 2013

Need volunteer hours??  If you are in 7th through 12th grade and would like to volunteer at the library, you need to attend two FIT programs BEFORE YOU CAN VOLUNTEER.  Sign-up for the Summer Library Club volunteer table will be at the May 17, 2013, FIT meeting.  If you have never attended one of our teen programs, there's still time to qualify for summer volunteering.   Our March 15 FIT program will be: Stick With Us: Duck Tape!  The April 19 program is an interative mystery, "In the Shadow of the Vampyre."  Both require registration: either online or at the Youth Services Desk. 



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