Archive for May 30, 2017

Book Review

If you are looking to read an interesting science fiction novel, try reading Delirium by Lauren Oliver. This book is set in a world where love is declared a disease. The main character Lena, is set to undergo an operation at the age of eighteen to remove her ability to love. Find out what happens to Lena in this engaging read set in a dystopian future.

Recommended for readers that liked Matched, The Hunger Games, or The Selection.

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New Teen Books This Week

A U.S. release of a tale by the award-winning author of The Lie Tree depicts an underground city with a sinister past, rival families vying for power and an out-of-place girl yearning to escape into the sunlight.



After being jumped by a hit man, Kaia’s secret life as the child of professional assassins is revealed to her clueless boyfriend Oliver as the two go on the run looking for Kaia’s missing parents.



Struggling with the loss of her home and her dysfunctional family after Hurricane Katrina, gay teen Ramona finds solace in a new swimming hobby while developing confusing feelings for a boy who challenges her perceptions. By the best-selling author of Dumplin’.



Crazy Horse by James Patterson

New book this week…Check it out!

In a future world where teenagers are taken, imprisoned, and forced to fight for their survival, well-behaved Cassie will do whatever it takes to save her rebellious twin sister from Death Row.

Build a Better World in Teenspace


Teens decorated Teenspace for this year’s Summer reading theme, Build a Better World. Stay tuned for information on summer reading happening soon…..






Teen Advisory Board Meeting Tomorrow Night at 7 P.M. in Teenspace

Come to Teenspace tomorrow night at 7 P.M. We need help decorating the room for summer reading. Earn Community Service hours. Snacks will be served.

Teen Advisory Board Meeting Thursday, May 18th at 7 P.M. in Teenspace

Get involved @ your library by joining the teen advisory board! Community service credit available. In TeenSpace, no registration required. Free. Refreshments will be served.

New Teen Books This Week

In a world where everyone is the same, Trigger 17 convinces Dahlia 16 that she is unique but this proves that both are flawed, which could lead to dire consequences for their entire genomes.


A devoted fan of a classic sci-fi television series risks the ire of her evil stepsisters by entering a contest to win an invitation to a ball where she would meet her favorite actor, a teen star who would prove he is more than just a dumb heartthrob.

Sucked into a mechanical board game, twelve-year-old Farah and her two friends battle fantastical beasts and solve difficult puzzles with their lizard guide and an aeronaut, trying to outwit the game’s diabolical architect to gain their freedom.

Mother’s Day Maker Crafts

Teens had fun using the 3D Printer and Cricut to make gifts for Mother’s Day.


Gentle Reads

Visit teenspace to see our display of ‘Gentle Reads’.


Babysitting Workshop Monday, May 8th 4:30 P.M.

This program will be extremely helpful to prepare you for babysitting and child care jobs.