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Upcycled T-shirt Craft

Hello, crafty teens!  Do you have that one t-shirt that you just love, but it’s starting to fall apart?  Maybe it has some holes or stains that make in random spots leaving the picture on the shirt intact.  Don’t worry…we can reuse that t-shirt to make a fun bit of décor!  We’re going to frame… read more >>

YA Book Reviews by Amy

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YA Book Reviews by Amy: Great Graphic Novels   Jessica Abel, a cartoonist and comics educator, presents graphic novels as a long work in an artistic or comics medium. While graphic novels premiered almost 200 years ago, they have been popular throughout the past several decades and have been gaining more popularity in the Young Adult… read more >>

Ideas to Liven Up Your Summer Vacation

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Now that summer vacay is finally here and you don’t have to bog yourself down with school work, here are some things that you can do to keep your summer fun and exciting:     Take a weird online class: Universal Class is a resource that is completely free with your library card. You could take classes that… read more >>

YA Book Reviews by Amy

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Historical Fiction Favorites: Part II Historical fiction has probably been my favorite genre over the last couple of years. I love learning about the period and doing more research in my spare time to connect deeper with the novel I’m reading. Many historical novels take place in tumultuous times; I appreciate that these difficult situations… read more >>