Programs for Teens
We've gone virtual
Due to COVID-19, many of our programs are now offered online.
Programs for teens are highlighted in orange in our events calendar.
Here are some upcoming events for teens:
Collections for Teens
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.
Holocaust Education Week is November 2nd to November 9th (https://www.holocaustcentre.com/upcoming-events/neuberger-hew-2020) and is a great opportunity for you to develop your understanding of the Holocaust. Check out some of the following YA works, available digitally or in-print, to learn more: We are witnesses : five diaries of teenagers who died in the Holocaust by […]
With Halloween fast approaching, why not try some of these spooky reads featuring the things that go bump in the night? Leave the light on if you want, we won’t tell! Dread Nation by Justina Ireland Jane McKeene was born two days before the dead began to walk the battlefields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania–derailing the War […]
Welcome to the new library blog! Let us show you around! The What to Read Next page of our website is your one-stop spot for great reading recommendations, and it is also the home of our Reasons 2 Read blog. You’ll see clickables to let you sort through the blog posts by category. Click For […]
Whether you’re returning in-person, online, or a mix of the two, September is back-to-school season. Check out some of these contemporary YA reads set in high school as you settle into your new school routine. We Used to Be Friends by Amy Spalding At the start of their senior year in high school, James (a girl […]