Monthly Archives: October 2012

Teens Read More Than Kids and Adults!

The latest study from the Pew Research Center, “Younger American’s Reading Habits,” shows the biggest readers in the US are teens and young adults in their twenties! But you already knew that, right? ūüôā While the report is mainly positive, … Continue reading

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Book Cover Art

During last Saturday’s book club, we spent half of book club inside the StoryLab. I gave a brief tutorial on the basics of Pixelmator (image editing software similar to PhotoShop), and we created book cover art! I asked the teens … Continue reading

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November’s Book of the Month!

Sign up for November’s book club, now! See me, Kristy (teen librarian), to get a free copy of Birthmarked by Caragh O’Brien once you register. Sign up here! We’ll meet Saturday, November 17th @2pm – 4pm at the Main library. … Continue reading

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YALSA’s TEEN’S TOP TEN

I’m excited to see that I’ve read eight of the Teen’s Top Ten books! It looks like I need to read Meg Cabot’s Abandon and¬†Sarah¬†Dessen’s What Happened to Goodbye. So, what is the Teens’ Top Ten? “It’s ‘teen choice’ list, … Continue reading

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Nominate books for Cybils

Have you read a book that’s so good you think it ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†should win an award? Nominate it for the Cybils Awards! What’s a Cybil? “The Cybils awards are given each year by bloggers for … Continue reading

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