Our 2016 Teen Volunteer Application is now available! Teens going into 7th-12th grade in the Fall can apply.
Now you can borrow technology and creation tools from the library, just like you’d check out a book. See a full list of what you’ll be able to borrow and start dreaming of your projects!
Fill out this brief form and Heather will send you a list of personalized suggestions based on your interests.
Lots of great things are happening at the library this spring!
- Edison’s Alley by Neal ShustermanPosted by Heather on July 6, 2015 at 6:49 pm
I really enjoyed Edison’s Alley, by Eric Elfman, and Neal Shusterman. It is the second book of the Accelerati Trilogy. The plot was really good, and was a compelling read. Review by The Magic Schoolbus […]
- Neversink by Barry WolvertonPosted by Heather on July 6, 2015 at 6:47 pm
I overall enjoyed Neversink. I expected the book to be a little bit more exciting, but it was pretty good. Review by The Magic Schoolbus […]
- Zombiekins by Kevin BolgerPosted by Heather on July 6, 2015 at 6:43 pm
This book is full of suspense and I could’t put it down. The two characters are very realistic because they act like us and one has a bully. Review by TheStrik […]
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw by Jeff KinneyPosted by Heather on July 6, 2015 at 6:42 pm
The book was super funny and had an amazing plot to it. It was also smooth and had no confusing parts to it. Review by TheStrik […]
- Sabotaged by Margaret Peterson HaddixPosted by Heather on June 29, 2015 at 9:39 pm
In the book, Sabotaged, by Margaret Peterson Haddix, Jonah and Katherine have to help JB fix history and save their friend, Andrea, another missing kid from history. But, they soon find out that their mission was sabotaged by someone. But who? Read the book to find out. Review by hi_man124 […]