Meet & Greet

On Tuesday, April 4 at 6:15 pm, come meet and hear from poet Thanhhà Lai, who will share personal photos and discuss themes of starting over.

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Teen Services

The Young Adult collection has fiction, graphic novels, and magazines curated to develop a love of reading for students in grades 6-12. Teen events include a College Prep series, Gaming Days, Student Advisory groups, and more. Visit our Teen Central Blog!

Book Recommendations

Not sure what to read next? Just answer a few simple questions so we can get to know your reading tastes, and we will follow up within 2-4 days with a list of personalized reading recommendations with at least four books.

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eBooks & Audiobooks

Check out the latest downloadable YA titles in our digital collection offered in a variety of formats – Kindle, eBooks, audiobooks – whichever fits your needs with the latest releases always being added!

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Digital Library

Skip the subscription fees and get ebooks, audiobooks, music and movie streaming, digital newspapers and magazines, and so much more, all for free with a  Library card.

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Book covers of three YA titles

What to Read Next

If you are not sure what to read next, you can check out curated lists put together by Teen Librarian Amy. You can find books for your age range or grade level and by genre. Check it Out


MethodLearning’s test prep solutions are proven to raise scores! Access it easily on the Libby app (under Extras on the Library homepage), for 30 days with each borrow.

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Resume Builder

Need help tweaking your resume or writing your first one? Use the Resume Builder for support in creating or editing your resume. Plus, watch our video tutorial for additional help.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer hours look great on those college applications.

Teens eNewsletter

Parents and students, stay up-to-date by subscribing to the Library’s Teen eNewsletter.