Gaming Day

On Saturday, November 16 from 1:00-4:00 pm, families, teens, and children can all drop in and enjoy a wide variety of board games or video games on both the Xbox One and iPads.

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Young Adult

Our Young Adult collection includes fiction, graphic novels, and magazines designed to develop a love of reading for students ages 12-18. Regularly scheduled teen programs include a College Prep series, drop-in Gaming Days, Student Advisory groups, and more. Visit our Teen Central Blog!’

Please note, our Young Adult space has temporarily moved to the 1st Floor Reading Room.

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Digital Comics are Here!

You can now check out, read, and download comics from Marvel, DC, Fantagraphics, Image, and more via the Hoopla app. Create an account using your library card. Take out and read each comic for up to 21 days.

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YA eBooks & Audiobooks

Downloadable YA BooksCheck out the latest downloadable Young Adult titles in our Overdrive collection. We have a variety of formats – Kindle, eBooks, audiobooks – that will fit your needs.  And since the collection is consistently updated, you can check back to see what new titles have been added!

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Video Games & Macs

Young Adult Video Games & Macs

Our video games have relocated! You can now find them in the 1st Floor Reading Room adjacent to the rest of the Young Adult collection. Our popular video game collection includes games for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One. Come check them out in the library or search for your favorites here. You’ll also find several Mac computers which include the iWork suite of applications including Numbers, Pages, and Keynote to meet all your homework needs.

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Homework Help

Check out Greenwich Library’s collection of databases for young adults. Plus there are some helpful websites and resources.

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Young Adult YA Magazines

Your Favorite Magazines are Here!

Full-color digital magazines are available for download using RBDigital Magazines. We also have a collection of old-school print magazines to be read in the Library or taken home.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer hours look great on those college applications.

Young Adult eNewsletter

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