Awareness, discussion, and action can all lead to change. Wherever you are on your journey, information is power. This guide was created to help youth grades 6-12 process events surrounding the killing of George Floyd.
With the growing amount of online activity teens and kids are engaged in, it’s important for them to know how to make smart choices. Engage the whole family with some of these resources, games and activities on Digital Citizenship.
Teen hip-hop aficionados or the casual listener shouldn’t miss a beat with these selected books! Bob your head and tap your toes as you explore these fiction, poetry and nonfiction titles suitable for teens.
Puberty freaks parents out at least as much as it does teens. Faced with questions they may not be comfortable answering and perhaps hazy on their facts, teens could use a good book (or two or three…) or digital resource on the subject!
If you have a child and/or teen showing an interest in STEM or a budding computer scientist on your hands, be sure to explore all the library has to offer! From recommended apps and websites, to books and even gadgets, we’ve got you covered.
Renee suggests this riveting page-turner! Two interwoven mysteries spill onto the pages in this first book of a trilogy. If you want a page-turner you can’t put down, grab this one! You’ll be completely surprised by the ending.
Figuring out your next read? These teen titles (grades 6-12) are considered some of the best from the past year according to respected review sources like School Library Journal, New York Times, and Kirkus Reviews.
The awards season is in full swing and we certainly can’t leave out book awards! The American Library Association has announced the 2018 Youth Media Awards which includes various awards for outstanding teen literature!