upcoming programs for teens
Want to practice for your G1 test? Need information for a school project or report? Check out your favourite magazine or stream movies and music?
Check out our digital library for this and more! All you need is your library card.
Teen Summer Reading Challenge
Register for our Teen Summer Reading Challenge, June 1 – September 6, and you could win some awesome prizes – gift cards, books, tasty treats and more!
Simply download the Beanstack app or go to www.caledon.beanstack.org, create an account, and start logging. You’ll earn points for each minute that read, and any bonus challenges that you complete. The more points that you earn, the more raffle tickets that you’ll receive towards our prize draws.
Teens Reasons 2 Read blog
YA (young adult) novels tackle the edgy issues teens struggle with, from peer pressure and romantic longing to grief and trouble at home or school, to social issues and more. Whether you’re personally grappling with any of these or are seeking vicarious thrills, teens gravitate toward subject matter that’s relatable. Be sure to check out this blog for YA bestseller lists, recommended readings lists and book reviews.
Our graphic novel collection at Caledon Public Library is one of my favourites! It’s also the most popular collection amongst our teen readers! Given the recent popularity surrounding the Netflix adaptation of Heartstopper, I figured what better way to celebrate Pride than by highlighting some of the other awesome 2SLGBTQ+ focused graphic novels available at […]
Did you know that May is Asian Heritage Month? We’ve decided to celebrate by compiling a list of YA books by Asian authors that focuses on celebrating their culture and history, as well as the struggles and discrimination that they have faced (and still do). For more book suggestions, check out this larger list we’ve […]
Did you know that April is Poetry Month? Help us celebrate by checking out some of these awesome novels in verse! What exactly is a novel in verse? It’s a novel length narrative, which has been told in the form of poetry rather then prose. The poetry can rhyme or not, and and follows a […]
To celebrate International Women’s Day, here are some YA books featuring strong female leads fighting against injustice, sexism, or for change in the world around them. Check out this list we made on our library catalogue for even more title suggestions. Not Here to Be Liked by Michelle Quach Eliza Quan is the perfect candidate […]