I think. I create. I invent. Create it at your library during Teen Tech Week, March 6-12, 2016. Our libraries offer teens a space to explore, create, and share while extending learning beyond the classroom. Joining in the fun is easy! Teens in grades 6-12 are invited to drop by the teen area any time during the hours listed below and get creative. Share your creations with your friends and with us by tagging them @crrlnews #TTW16 .
In The Boys Who Challenged Hitler: Knud Pedersen and the Churchill Club, Phillip Hoose tells a captivating true tale of rebellion and bravery. In my studies of history, I had never heard of the resistance movement against German soldiers led by Danish schoolboys. Until I read this book, that is.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year—Galentine’s Day! This February 13, what better way to honor your female friendships than with books that get to the heart of the season?
“My dad works at an advertising agency and my mom anchors the local evening news. They are both very good-looking for old people, and I’m not being arrogant but just stating a fact when I say I inherited the best from both of them.” – Ashley, We Are All Made of Molecules
Ashley is the best-looking and most popular person in high school. Stewart, not so much. Stewart is a certifiable genius. Ashley? Well, let’s just say she’s a few fries short of a Happy Meal.