Category Archives: Teen Ambassadors

Vlog Squad Guest Post: Violent Ends

This week we have a book review from one of our Teen Ambassadors, Avalise, from Stanwood sharing Violent Ends by Shaun David Hutchinson. While this may be too scary and depressing for younger teens, it is fascinating look at a school shooting, written collaboratively by 17 authors! Request it from Sno-Isle Libraries today: https://goo.gl/nQGIXE

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Last Minute Gift Ideas for Teens

As a teen librarian, I often get adults asking me for ideas of what to get for the teens in their lives. This year, I asked our Sno-Isle Teen Ambassadors for Two Books and a Surprise gift that they would recommend for people looking for something for that special teen in their lives:      […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Helen

This week’s reader is Teen Ambassador Helen: So, Helen…tell us about the books you are loving right now! The Holy Bible As a follower of Christ, I find that the Word of God guides me in my life. Although there is substantial evidence for the resurrection of Jesus Christ, I still need the Word of […]

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Homework Hack: LearningExpress Library

Stressed about an important test?  Check out this week’s homework helper from Sno-Isle: LearningExpress Library is ready to prepare you for any tests coming your way – whether that be the SAT, a career exam, or even preparing to become a U.S. citizen. This new resource is overflowing with practice tests and lessons so you can be ready for […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Hannah

This week we are featuring Teen Ambassador Hannah, from the Brier Library! So Hannah…tell me…what what Top 3 books are you thankful for right now? 1) The Great Gatsby, because it is a classic. The jazz era is a time that I have always loved because of the music and the clothes. 2) Paper Towns […]

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Homework Hacks: Biography in Context

For a number of years, I had a writing teacher who encouraged us to always look up an author’s background before digging into a book. When doing this, you get a deeper look into the connections of an author and their works. Before starting a book for the class, we would research and write an […]

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Vlog Squad: Th1rteen R3asons Why

Bernadette reviews Th1rteen R3asons Why by Jay Asher, an “incredibly important read….that you just want to sit down and read…you don’t wanna get up to use the restroom…you don’t wanna get up to get a snack…all you want to do is read…Highly recommend if you’re looking for a bit of a sad heartbreaking story.”

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Top 3 Right Now: Daniela

This week we are featuring Teen Ambassador Daniela from the Camano Island Library! Here she is in NYC on vacation:   What are your Top 3 Right Now, Daniela? 1. Ana of California – Reimagining of Anne of Green Gables in modern day Los Angeles with a Latina protagonist. I loved Anne of Green Gables […]

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Homework Hacks: Historical Photo Archives

They say that every photograph is worth 1,000 words. I challenge you to look at a photo from 100 years ago. Any photo, but preferably one from your local community. What do you see? People, places, things. Maybe it’s a recognizable place, maybe it’s not. However, if you dig far enough, you might find a […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Kathryn

This week we are featuring another one of our fabulous Teen Ambassadors: Kathryn from Lake Stevens!   Sup, K? What are your Top 3 reads of the moment?   “3. This One Summer by Jillian and Mariko Tamaki A graphic novel that had won the Caldelott Medal just June of this year. It was a […]

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