Teens

Teen Blog

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 9:56am
Summer Reading in Full Swing at Library
Everyone can be a part of Central Rappahannock Regional Library's Summer Reading. Sign up to track your reading, earn badges, complete missions, win prizes, and have fun. 

So far, the numbers from June show that our readers really like Summer Reading:
 

-7,870 people signed up 

-15,639 badges earned 

-2,938 titles reviewed

-Games played 11,720 times

-6,432 book lists completed

-5,565 free prizes won

Thu, 06/15/2017 - 1:18pm
Exciting Improvements at the Porter Branch

The Porter Branch is getting an exciting new look! Stafford County has contracted for “bookstore”-style shelving for the adult and teen collections, to be installed in July. These wooden shelves are lower and more attractive, allowing materials to be more accessible. Customers will no longer need to climb on a step stool to reach the top shelves! These shelves also provide increased visibility throughout the branch and will allow more natural light to shine through from the beautiful windows at the far end of the building.

Wed, 06/14/2017 - 12:01am
Cover to Need

Through a partnership between Central Rappahannock Regional Library and 14 area middle schools, each year seventh and eighth graders across Spotsylvania County, Stafford County, and the City of Fredericksburg participate in Cafe Book. Reading from among 16 recently published young adult books, they have lively book discussions over lunch and vote on their favorites.

Wed, 06/07/2017 - 8:03am
Overdue Fee Changes on July 1

Summer Reading has just begun, and Central Rappahannock Regional Library is making it easier for children and teens to continue learning all summer long! In keeping with our mission of inspiring lifelong learning every day, effective July 1, all children's and teens' materials will be exempt from late fees.

Access to the public library is key to every child's and teen’s development. Unfortunately, concerns from parents and guardians over fee liabilities have been an understandable barrier to library use by this age group. They can now check out as many books as they wish, which encourages literacy and supports schools by ensuring that all students have access at all times to the public library. Young people are still responsible for returning materials on time and in good condition and will be charged for lost and damaged items.

This change impacts all children's and teens' materials, no matter who checks them out.

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