Monthly Archives: January 2015

Weekend Book Giveaway: The Darkest Part of the Forest

This week we have a special treat for all you Holly Black fans…a beautiful brand new hardback of her newest book The Darkest Part of the Forest.  This book is so pretty I just had to sit here and hold it for a minute and look at it: What’s it about?  From the publisher: Hazel […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Sandra

This week we are featuring Sandra, the branch manager at our Brier Library.  In her spare time, she appears to be another viking! (Are all of our teen folks secretly vikings???) Whatchya digging, Sandra? “Popular: Vintage Wisdom for a Modern Geek by Maya Van Wagenen Funny and touching memoir about an 8th grader’s attempts to […]

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Library Hack: Find Your Next Book with NoveList

I’m always surprised when I run into people who think that because I’m a librarian, I’ve read EVERYTHING.  There are so many books out there, it is hard to keep on top of even your favorite genre (unless you like something really specific, like troll books).  So what do librarians do, when someone asks them […]

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Trailer Tuesday: Broken Hearts, Fences, and Other Things to Mend

Trailer Tuesday: Broken Hearts, Fences, and Other Things to Mend by Katie Finn (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

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Readers’ Corner: Immigrants, Refugees, & Human Rights Abuses

This week’s featured booklist is about a new one, and it’s about a serious and timely topic: Immigrants, Refugees, and Human Rights Abuses. All over the world, teens like you are struggling for basic rights, like food, education, and freedom. Grab one of these books from the Sno-Isle Libraries catalog and learn about what’s going […]

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This Week at the Library

Looking for things to do as you wait for the big game on Sunday?  We as always have you covered. Teen Gaming: Stump Scribblenauts Tuesday 3:00 in Monroe So, you think you are clever enough to beat the game? Join us for some fun and cleverness as we try to STUMP SCRIBBLENAUTS! Bring your best […]

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The Girl of Fire and Thorns Series: A Review in Gifs

The Girl of Fire and Thorns Series: A Review in Gifs SO GOOD! lawrencepubliclibrary: If you know me, you know that I pretty much feel this way about YA fantasy series: But, when I read the first book in a series, and then have to wait a year for the next installment, I feel like […]

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Weekend Book Giveaway: Tear You Apart

When was the last time you read a good fairytale retelling?  This weekend we are giving away an advanced readers copy (ARC) of Tear You Apart by Sarah Cross (author of Kill Me Softly, which takes place in the same terribly Grimm world). From the publisher: If you want to live happily ever after, first […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Grant

This week’s reader is Grant, one of our newest Teen Librarians.  He has been working at the Snohomish Library for a few months now, and has recently become one of our regular blog contributors.  And sometimes he dresses up like a Viking: Whatchya recommending these days, Grant? “ Firefight by Brandon Sanderson: This a sequel […]

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Library Hack: Free Live One-on-One Tutoring Online

Have you ever been at home in the evening, working on your homework that’s due tomorrow, when you suddenly come across something you need help with? Your parents are busy, your friends are clueless, the library is closed, and you need help NOW.  Lucky for you, Sno-Isle subscribes to the appropriately-named HelpNow, which can totally save […]

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