Teens entering grades 6-12 are invited to join us for our Summer Reading Program running from June 28 through August 14.
Click HERE to register starting June 14.
(Or register in person at the library.)
|Click HERE to download Teen Summer Reading booklet with instructions, dates and more.
Click HERE to download Teen Summer Reading Bingo card.
Click HERE to download Teen Bingo Activity Log.
Teen Summer Reading is beginning to wind down. Please submit all your clues and Bingo Reading/Program Logs by Saturday, August 14 at 3:30pm.
|TEEN SUMMER READING|
Saturday, August 7 at 11:30 AM
Click HERE to register!
|Create delicious essentials to bring on that all-day excursion.
Click HERE to register.
|Clues will be available June 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28 and August 4.
When you have images corresponding to ALL SIX CLUES, email them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Click HERE to view Clue 1 (June 30th.)|
|Click HERE to view Clue 2 (July 7th.)|
|Click HERE to view Clue 3 (July 14th.)|
|Click HERE to view Clue 4 (July 21st.)|
|Click HERE to view Clue 5 (July 28th.)|
|Click HERE to view Clue 6 (August 4th.--this is the final clue)|
what to read next?
We can help!
|Teens in grades 6-12 can request a selection of great books.
Just fill out our form, telling us what you like.
In less than a week, we will contact you to arrange for pick up
via curbside or during Grab and Go Hours.
Click here for form.
Research shows that recreational reading enhances comprehension, vocabulary, general knowledge and empathy for others. Plus, it is fun!
Stretch your artistic muscles--
Visit Storm King: Create
and see what you can make.
(We love the 3-D Sculpture)
|Wellington at Shedd Aquarium||Sea Otters at Monterey Bay Aquarium||Octopus Escape Challenge|
|Live Moon Jelly Cam Monterey Bay Aquarium||Cornell Bird Feeder Watch||Giraffe Cam Houston Zoo|
|Cornell Red-Tail Hawks||Fiona the HIppo Cincinnati Zoo|
|Click Here||And Click Here||Or Here for a podcast
from author Jan Brett
|Click Here for article from CNN|
|Click here to join|
Summer Reading Lists
Summer Reading Lists
Magazines and Databases for Students
Includes Online College Database, Opposing Viewpoints, encyclopedias, journals, Grolier, magazines, and other research databases and web sites.
The American Presidency Project includes more than 111,400 documents relating to the presidency, including executive orders, proclamations, press conferences, weekly radio addresses, fireside chats, and State of the Union presentations with links to audio and video.
Book of the States is your source for state, commonwealth, and territory comparative data. Can elected officials serve executive terms? Which states legalized capital punishment? Agriculture, energy, elections, technology, human services and more. Fun facts include each state's offical bird, motto, song and flower.
New York State Driver's Manual & Practice Tests will help you prepare for your written permit test and road test, or help you brush up on the rules of the road.