Featuring more thaninstantly available titles. BUSD middle school students, your student ID will also be your library card at your school computer lab and all Burbank libraries. Burbank Public Library has all sorts of stuff just for teens, including books, media, and programs!
School is out for the summer The Library is also your source for ebooks, audiobooks, and lots of online eLibrary resources you can use for free Join the reading cause!
Find your next read. Click here for new and recommended teen books. Sign up for emails about teen events and volunteer opportunities.
The library is open 9 a. Summer Reading is winding down, but that doesn't mean you have to stop reading for the rest of summer. Why don't you create your own summer reading challenge between now and when school starts back?
Book clubs, gaming, fandom, movie screenings, homework clubs, and more. Make the library your place! Come use our study spaces, or drop in for a free after-school event.
Attention Teens! Fill out a teen book review to enter a raffle for a free I-Tunes card and free movie tickets! The book reviewed needs to be a teen or young adult book.
Interactive, instructor-led online courses covering a wide range of topics. Free for cardholders. Hoopla offers overeAudiobooks.
Whether you are a teen reader or an adult who loves young adult YA fiction, this is a great place to find our current picks for teens and young adults. We update the lists on this page periodically, so check back to see our latest picks for teens. You can also request a personalized recommendation for Your Next 5 Books for any age.
Summer Reading for middle and high-schoolers is live at Framingham Public Library! Many of you have signed up already, but if you have yet to do so, here's how you can:. BTW, any reading you do this summer counts: for example, magazines, graphic novels, news, books for fun, cereal boxes, etc.
The Library's teen programs formerly presented under the banner of the Centre for Youth Literature connect Australian teenagers with books, stories, writing — and each other. We run friendly events and digital programs with young adults and industry professionals: teachers, librarians, publishers, booksellers, illustrators and writers. Learn more about how we are working to ensure the wellbeing of children visiting the Library.