Monthly Archives: September 2017

Readers’ Corner: Romance

Everyone could use a little more love in their life, especially as we head toward chilly weather and grey skies. This week’s featured teen booklist is will add some romance to your life. Do you like your romance realistic? Set in a fantasy world? In graphic novel format? Do you like to go back in time, or […]

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Featured Event: College Planning: Fundamentals of Financial Aid

Need to know more about college financial aid? Perhaps this program will help – College Planning: Fundamentals of Financial Aid The rising costs of college and increasing levels of student debt are regular news items. A college education is often a family’s second largest investment—behind the purchase of a home. Andrea Main, of Main Education […]

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Weekend Book Giveaway: Before I Let Go

This week we’re giving away an Advanced Reader’s Copy of Marieke Nijkamp’s Before I Let Go. This won’t be published until next January, but you could be one of the first to read it! From the publisher: Days before Corey is to return home to the snow and ice of Lost Creek, Alaska, to visit […]

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Top 3 Soundtracks to Help you Stay Awake While Studying

This school year, we’re changing up our “Top 3 Right Now” recommendations to include all kinds of media – television shows, movies, music, and, of course, audiobooks and books in general.  We’ll be featuring recommendations from our community librarians, YA authors, and YOU (if you should choose to take on the challenge). Today’s list of “Top […]

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College preparation planning: all about the FASFA part one

Financial aid for college can be confusing. Sno-Isle Libraries is partnering with Andrea Main of Main Education Consulting to provide a series of free college preparation planning programs at the Mariner, Mukilteo, and Snohomish Libraries this fall. In advance of the college preparation programs, Sno-Isle teens brainstormed their best questions about college and Andrea answered them. […]

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Trailer Tuesday: House of Furies

Trailer Tuesday: House of Furies by Madeleine Roux Contact Marta @ the Marysville Library with book trailer suggestions or post in the comments below.

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Readers’ Corner: History

Despite the evidence that may be presented in your school textbooks, history is a fascinating topic. This week’s featured teen booklist includes non-fiction historical accounts that will make you excited about history again. These books vary in time and place, but they will all capture your interest and imagination. It’s not just about names and […]

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Featured Event: Teen Game Night

This week at the Mill Creek Library – Teen Game Night @ Mill Creek Library Friday, September 15 7-9 p.m. Get in the game and grow new technology skills with your friends! Play Rock Band, Wii or Xbox Kinect or battle it out with board games. Bonus: check out a book on gaming or codes! […]

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Weekend Book Giveaway: Suspect Red

This week we’re giving away an Advanced Reader’s Copy of Suspect Red by L.M. Elliott. This won’t be published until September 19th, 2017 but you could be one of the first to read this historical thriller! Isn’t this cover amazing? From the publisher: It’s 1953, and the United States has just executed an American couple convicted […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Lisa from Edmonds

This week we are featuring Lisa, the teen librarian at our Edmonds community library. So, Lisa, what are your top books for Teens these days?   Rotters by Daniel Kraus “Tragedy sends Joey to live with a father he doesn’t know. And then life really gets twisted. Everything you never wanted to know about decomposition […]

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