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General Teen News blog
Last night, we celebrated the upcoming release of Breaking Dawn Part 1 with a special program at the library. Teens discussed the books and movies and enjoyed wedding cake in honor of Edward and Bella.
Wedding Cake provided by the Friends of the Library
Edward and a Wedding Guest
Yesterday patrons in grades 4-8 learned about mystery titles from our juvenile and young adult fiction collections at the Mysteries & Munchies program.
Here are a few titles from the young adult collection that were book talked at this program:
Carmen was raised in inner-ctiy Chicago, and she explores her true passion for dance.
In honor of Halloween and the new television show based on The Secret Circle books, the teen blog presents ten young adult novels featuring witches both good and bad.
Move over mermaids, sirens are taking over young adult literature. Here are a few recent titles:
If you are a fan of The Walking Dead, you might view zombies as brain eating monsters. In some recent young adult fiction, zombies have been portrayed as very good looking undead. Whatever type of zombie you prefer, there is a recent young adult novel for you.
For the past several weeks, the Young Adult Librarian has looked back at her favorite books from 2010. Here are the runner-ups:
The Duff by Kody Keplinger
White Cat by Holly Black
What I wrote before:
A Spy in the House by Y.S. Lee
Only the Good Spy Young by Ally Carter
What I Before: