Teen & Young Adult Department         
LOCATED ON 3rd  FLOOR OF THE LIBRARY
CLOSED FROM 1:00pm TO 2:00pm ON SATURDAYS ONLY
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SUMMER TEEN READING
CLUB

Get Your Game On, READ!
Teens Ages 12-17

                         CLICK TO VIEW READING CLUB RULES

                                  TEEN & FAMILY PROGRAMS  
                                                                               
Monday July 186:30 pmFAMILY SCIENCE NIGHT
Tuesday July 195:30 pmROBOTICS for TEEN & ADULTS (Ages 12 & up)
Wednesday July 202:00 pmFAMILY LINE DANCING


Makes Registration a little faster by Printing and filling out Registration Form before you get here.Click, Print, Fill Out and Bring in Registration Form (for 1 reader )  Clcik to print Registration Form 
                      Click, Print, Fill Out and Bring in Registration Form (for 3 readers)
                                      Click to View Program Schedule!                 
                                      To Help make your registration Process a lot Faster.                            

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Teen Book Classifications:     
                        TEEN - Recommended Ages 12yrs & older
                   YA - Young Adult. Recommended Ages 15yrs & older

              Check out Our New Books.Click to View New BooksClick to See New Books Added to Our Teen Collection  
           

Click Here to find out about a New TEEN ZONETEEN Magazines  located on First Floor 
             
 
  TEEN/YOUNG ADULT AREA
 3rd Floor, East Wall, Childrens and Young Adult Department
                                               Come in and see what we have to offer.
                              

                                            Teen Book Club
                                 
                              Hi! I have just joined this book club and I think this is a good way for us teenagers to reconnect
                      with reading a book  rather than wasting our brain cells watching cartoon for endless hours
                      making our brain to mush.  I just wanted to tell you this was a great idea sincerely, pam

                      
                                                                                                                                  
    Sibley Nature Center 
Affordable Colleges
National Geographic
Go Ask Alice
Graphic Novel & Manga reviews
Texas Dinosaurs    
Ask Jeeves for Kids
KidsClick!
Tracy Chevalier
J.K. Rowling
                                                                                                                                                                                    
    
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