Readers’ Corner: Libraries Rock – Graphic Novels

As we approach our Explore Summer program’s mid-way point, this week’s featured booklist focuses on the Libraries Rock! Graphic Novels theme. The Teen Explore Summer program runs from June 1st through August 31st. Still need to register? Click here. Track your reading on one of our printable logs then turn it in at your community library to pick up your […]

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Wanted: Mad YouTube skills!

Do you like to shoot videos? Do you want to win $100? Are you between 13 and 18? Put your video production skills to work for yourself and your favorite library by entering the CSLP Teen Video Challenge, sponsored by the Washington State Library and the Collaborative Summer Library Program. The deadline is February 10, […]

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Readers’ Corner: Road Trips

This week’s featured teen booklist is all about road trips, because that’s where I am right now! That’s right — as you read this, I’m somewhere on the Oregon coast, probably stuck in traffic with all the eclipse groupies. Summer is winding down, but don’t let it end without at least one sunny road trip. […]

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Readers’ Corner: Build a Better World with Teen Fiction

Can you believe it’s August already? The summer is flying by! But there’s still some time left to enjoy Teen Explore Summer. Find an event at a library near you, track your reading to earn votes, and read an inspiring book in the sunshine (with sunblock, of course). This week’s featured booklist is all about […]

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Readers’ Corner: Build a Better World with Tween Fiction

This week’s featured booklist is another one of our special Teen Explore Summer booklists, and this one focuses on fiction for tweens. These stories include young teen characters attempting to make the world a better place, so you should find some great inspiration in these pages. If you’re not a tween, never fear. Stay tuned […]

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Readers’ Corner: Build a Better World with Graphic Novels

It’s summer vacation time, and you deserve some relaxation. Maybe you’re not excited about reading a long, dense novel, but you’d still like to read something meaningful and important. That’s where this week’s featured teen booklist comes in. It’s one of our specially created Teen Explore Summer booklists related to this summer’s theme: Build a […]

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Readers’ Corner: Inspirational Nonfiction

If you’re not on summer vacation quite yet, you should be pretty soon. And that means it’s time to register for Teen Explore Summer so you can win prizes and read great books and not get dumb over the summer! This week’s featured booklist is one of the special reading lists created just for this […]

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Announcing the 2016 Librarians’ Choice Award winner

Congratulations to Aine McM-G, who goes to the Langley Library, whose review of This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab won this summer’s Librarians’ Choice Award! Aine’s review: This Savage Song, By Victoria Schwab Rating: 4 Stars Description: This Savage Song is set in a world where every act of violence breeds a monster. Anything from a […]

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Learn and Discover: the Goatalympics!

As part of Teen Explore Summer, we want to encourage you to use your free time to Learn and Discover cool stuff available through your library and in your community!  So all summer long we will be featuring awesome stuff, shared by our wonderful library staff. This week is Emily from Monroe…take it away, Emily! […]

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2015 Librarians’ Choice Award announced

Each summer the Sno-Isle Library staff read thousands of book reviews written by teens, with each library picking out their favorite. Then, at the end of the summer, they all vote and pick their favorite of the summer. This year’s winner is Victoria Eborall, who goes to the Edmonds Library, for her review of All the […]

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