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Teens: Game On!

Game On! Thursday, April 11 at 4:30 pm

Teens Get Crafty

get crafty 4/8/13 at 4:30 pm

 

Freeman Teens Read Book Club

girl with book by tom (hmm a rosa tint)Yesterday we had our monthly face-to-face book club meeting and we had some great book recommendations.  Check out a few titles that Freeman Teens recommend or join us online at Goodreads to suggest your own favorites.

 

 

 


 

While You're Waiting for This, Check Out One of These...

divergent seriesAre you a fan of Veronica Roth’s Divergent series or currently waiting to get your hands on a copy of Insurgent?  Whether you’re eagerly awaiting the publication of book three or you’re just looking for another great read, consider checking out a book from this list.  What do you recommend?

 

 

 

New Romance and Chick Lit Reads for Teens

Heart doodle by Chris OlsonWith February and Valentine’s Day fast approaching, I thought it would be a good time to feature some new chick lit and romantic reads.  What are your favorite teen romance titles?

 

 

Science Fiction Reads for Teens

Alien with feelers by SmeerchWhether you’re already a fan of science fiction or you want to explore the genre more, you might check out some of these reads that are newly released or new to our shelves.  What great science fiction reads to you recommend?

 

 

 

 

Award Spotlight: School Library Journal's Best Adult Books for Teens

Genetics Exhibit, San Jose Tech by Thomas HawkThe end of the year and beginning of the next bring numerous “best of” lists.  School Library Journal has several Best of 2012 lists, but I thought I might share with you what we have on our shelves that reviewers found to be the best adult books for teen readers.  Whether you already read mostly adult fiction or non-fiction, you read back and forth between teen and adult reads, or you’ve been thinking about branching out into the adult collection, you might consider checking out one of these.  What would be on your “best of” list?

Authors for Adults and Teens

Texture, Old Trigonometry Book by Gordana AMA little over a year ago I noticed something strange: a book by a first-time author for young adults had multiple requests on it before it had even hit our shelves.  Ok, that isn’t really strange, I suppose.

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