Sunday, November 19, 2017

Towers Falling -Jewell Parker Rhodes

   Towers Falling by Jewell Parker Rhodes(realistic fiction)was a book I decided to read for a Battle of The Books competition.  This book is about Dèja and her journey as she enters a new school and city. Along her way she meets her friends Ben and Sabeen, together they learn about what happened to the New York skyline on September 11th, 2001. Jewell Parker takes a unique and very approachable look at a very sad tragedy that happened 16 years ago. Towers Falling will open your eyes to the harsh reality of what happened on 9/11 and how it affected the people around them!
 I really liked this book personally because the author depicted a very special protagonist! I think the author did a very good job at developing the characters as the story moves along, and we can see this through writing pieces Dèja writes. I would rate it a 4.5 out of 5 and I would highly recommend you to read it! 

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Teen Makers: Hack Your History


discover.explore.build.create.tinker.share
Coding, building, circuits, animation, buttons, beads and more. 

November 21 - Hack Your History


College Hill Library Room L107
4-6 p.m.
Ages 12-17

Drop in... No registration required

Monday, November 6, 2017

Teen Dungeons & Dragons Club

Drop in and try your hand at adventuring this Saturday, November 11!

Take on the role of a heroic character of fantasy in a world of monsters, magic and destiny! We have a variety of characters to choose from...look forward to seeing you!

Ages 12-17
No registration
2nd Saturday of each month from 1-4 pm
College Hill

Thursday, November 2, 2017

The Road - Cormac McCarthy


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     The Road is a book about a post-apocalyptic society that has been ravaged and wrecked to the point of desperation. The Road focuses on the journey of a boy and his father. Together they continue their journey down to the South in hopes of a better life. Even though all the horrible sights they see and the horrible things they have to do, the man and boy do not venture from the road.
      In 2007, this book won the Pulitzer award for Fiction. It is an amazing work of writing that leaves the reader questioning their sanity. There were times, still are, that I hated this book. At one point, I read 15 pages and had to put the book down because of powerful it was. I recommend this book to anyone looking for something a bit deeper than magic, love, and is ready for a more mature read. 

Sunday, October 29, 2017

October TAB Meeting



Our next Teen Advisory Board (TAB) meeting is Tuesday, October 31 from 4:30-6:00 pm!

Join TAB and get volunteer credit for promoting library services to teens at the Westminster Public Libraries:
  • Advise, plan, and participate in teen programs.
  • Post reviews and teen news on the Teen Underground blog/website.
  • Promote teen reading and news by creating bulletin boards and displays in the Teen Underground areas.
  • Recommend materials for the young adult collection.
Attend one of our TAB meetings to get started! 

Ages 12-17
No registration
Last Tuesday of each month
College Hill