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Celebrating the Year of the Ox

Posted about 2 months ago by Laura Price
It's the Year of the Ox! Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a new book!
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Comics Club Close-up: Paulina Ganucheau

Posted about 4 months ago by Robyn Webb
Starting this past September we offered a monthly virtual comics meeting to talk about, share, and create comics together! If you missed the Tween Comics Club or just want to […]
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YA Books with Jewish Protagonists

Posted about 4 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
I initially set out wanting to write this post about YA Hanukkah books; however, there are not many (or any) of those.  That’s a bummer! If you are a Jewish […]
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YAVA Nominees 2019

Posted about 2 years ago by Naomi D'Archangel
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There’s only a week left to vote for your favorite YAVA nominee! Voting can be done in person through September 15th at your local branch or online here. There’s so […]
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Can’t Get Enough of The Darkest Minds? Try these page-turners…

Posted about 3 years ago by Jennifer Deuell
Are you a fan of Alexandra Bracken’s The Darkest Minds?  Were you one of the first to see the movie this week?  If you’re like me, the answer is YES! […]
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Summer Reads to Give You the Chills (Teen Edition)

Posted about 3 years ago by Jennifer Deuell
I don’t know about you, but in the summer I typically like to read some good beach reads.  This year, however, I just haven’t been feeling it. So I decided […]
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Mental Health Books for Teens

Posted about 3 years ago by Jennifer Deuell
The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X. R. Pan, I will admit, is a hefty book.  It is long and it is deep but it captivated me from page […]
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Social Justice Books for Teens

Posted about 3 years ago by Jennifer Deuell
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I recently read the book Dear Martin by Nic Stone and was captivated by its powerful portrayal of a young black teen’s experiences with racism and police brutality in the […]
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A Poem for the Dreamers

Posted about 3 years ago by Jennifer Deuell
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Who doesn’t love Jason Reynolds, right?!  So when I saw his newest book, For Every One, I knew I had to pick it up. Full disclosure, poetry isn’t typically my […]
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