Steele Library Teen Advisory Group member and Guest Blogger Aubrey is experiencing living on her own while she balances work and college. Aubrey has graciously agreed to share what she has learned with other teens and new adults. All information Continue reading Adulting 101: Moving Out
Teens ages 12-18 can learn, build, design, and create in Steele Library’s new Tinker Lab and Broadcast Lab on Teen Maker Night, beginning Tuesday Nov. 25 @ 6pm. (Registration is required, call 733-9173). November’s project will use littleBits circuit kits Continue reading Teen Maker Nights: Hang Out, Geek Out, Create!
Have your teens seen the Hunger Games and Divergent movies, read the books, and are clamoring for more? (Are YOU?) Good news! More movies based on great teen books are due out this summer! Check out the books from our Continue reading Books to Movies for Teens @ your CCLD Library!
I’m very fond of teenagers. Why? Because they are full of intensity of thought, emotion, and growth. They are creative and open to new information and experiences in their search for figuring out who they are now, and who they Continue reading Teens & Libraries: made for each other
When was the last time you checked out the library’s children’s collection of non-fiction? Our collection covers a vast array of subjects and current events at reading levels for varying ages – from kindergarteners to high schoolers. Juvenile non-fiction includes Continue reading Non-fiction for kids and teens at the library