Virtual Programs for Tween & Teens

Today’s featured program 7/30:

Budgeting Basics ?- 11am

This presentation will show attendees the basics of how to start a budget, set a goal and track your spending. 

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Check Out This Week’s Featured Books

Middle School/Tweens (ages 9-12)


by J.J. Gabenstein

Shine on! might be the catchphrase of twelve-year-old Piper’s hero–astronaut, astronomer, and television host Nellie Dumont Frisse–but Piper knows the truth: some people are born to shine, and she’s just not one of them. That fact has never been clearer than now, since her dad’s new job has landed them both at Chumley Prep, a posh private school where everyone seems to be the best at something and where Piper definitely doesn’t fit in.

A Wrinkle in Time

by Madeleine L’Engle

It was a dark and stormy night; Meg Murry, her small brother Charles Wallace, and her mother had come down to the kitchen for a midnight snack when they were upset by the arrival of a most disturbing stranger…

High School/Teens (ages 13-17)

Hope in the Mail

by Wendelin Van Draanen

Wendelin Van Draanen didn’t grow up wanting to be a writer, but 30 books later, she’s convinced that writing saved her life. Or, at least, saved her from a life of bitterness and despair. Writing helped her sort out what she thought and felt and wanted. And digging deep into fictional characters helped her understand the real people in her life better as well.

Wendelin shares what she’s learned – about writing, life, and what it takes to live the writing life. 

American Street

by Ibi Zoboi

American Street is an evocative and powerful coming-of-age story perfect for fans of Everything, EverythingBone Gap; and All American Boys.

In this stunning debut novel, Pushcart-nominated author Ibi Zoboi draws on her own experience as a young Haitian immigrant, infusing this lyrical exploration of America with magical realism and vodou culture.

On the corner of American Street and Joy Road, Fabiola Toussaint thought she would finally find une belle vie—a good life.