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Summer Reading Challenge

Teen Poster

2016 Young Adult Summer Reading Challenge ends on August 26. Teens ages 13-17 are invited to participate in their own summer reading challenge, Get in the Game, by reading books and trying out our mini-challenges. Pick up your challenge at the Children’s desk, or click the links to download the Game Changer Bingo Board and a contact information form to participate in the raffle.

The survey is completely anonymous.


Teen_maleWe are excited to offer classes for teens 13 and up. Register at the Circulation desk by picking up an envelope for the class you are interested in. Join a writing class, or learn how to make jewelry from rolling paper, or see how to craft with recycled paper bags. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.



Young adults or a parent/guardian looking for advice and information, take a look at what is available in the online catalog and links to Internet sites you might find helpful.

Nonfiction titles in the catalog – click the image to select. Some titles are digital media in OverDrive. Titles in the print collection and Reference eBooks on Gay Rights.

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Websites to browse for information

10 Tips for Parents of a Gay, Lesbian,  Bisexual or Transgender Child

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)

Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Teens: Facts for Teens and Their Parents

Transgender/Inclusion Advocacy & Information

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