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What's Up at the Library

December 15, 2014 by pjorgensen

 

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What's Up at the Library

Be sure to also keep an eye on these special events for kids and Programs and Events for everyone!


Guardians of the Galaxy movie graphicKeeping the galaxy safe! Movie Day
Monday, December 22, 2014
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Eiseley Branch Library
For all ages
Kick off your winter break with a movie day about a group of space criminals that must work together to stop a fanatical villain from destroying the galaxy. Image © Walt Disney Pictures

Hobbit movie graphicHobbit movie graphicMovie Mondays
Monday, December 22 and 29, 2014
2:00 - 5:15 p.m.
Walt Branch Library
For middle school and high school age
Get ready for the release of the new Hobbit movie by re-visiting Middle Earth and watching the first two Hobbit movies! Image © New Line Cinema

Hobbit movie graphicAn Unexpected Quest! Movie Marathon
Saturday, December 27, 2014
10:30 a.m - 4:30 p.m.
Eiseley Branch Library
For all ages
Join an unlikely hero and his friends as they go on an adventure-filled quest to reclaim a long lost home! Image © New Line Cinema

Frozen Sing-A-Long edition movie graphicSing-a-Long Movie
Monday, December 29, 2014
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Walt Branch Library
2:00 - 4:00 p.m. at Eiseley Branch Library
For all ages
Don your princess costume and join us for this sing-a-long event where we will let it all go! Costume is optional but feel free to dress up and come ready to sing! Image © Walt Disney Pictures

Movies and PizzaMovies and Pizza
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
12:00 - 5:00 p.m.
South Branch Library
For middle school and high school age
Come to South Branch for an afternoon of movies and pizza. Bring a drink and stay to watch a couple of great adventure movies!

Movie Marathon @ Bennett MartinMovie Marathon @ Bennett Martin
Saturday, January 3, 2015
1:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Bennett Martin Public Library
For middle school and high school age
Teens, join us for a movie marathon! BYOS - Bring your own snacks.

Lego SundaysLego Sundays
First and Third Sundays (may be subject to change), September 2014 through May 2015
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Eiseley Branch Library
For all ages
Sundays just got a lot more fun! Now in addition to reading, Wifi and homework, we have Lego Sundays at the library! This program is free and open to youth, young adults and their parents.

After School Free Art ClubBEAST

Best Ever After School Teen Art Club – meets Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons from 3:30-5:30.

Hosted by Gere’s Teen Advisory Board, Mentored by Volunteer Artist Extrordinaire, Chris D.

Come discover your passion – Painting? Drawing? Anime? Writing? Music? Pottery? Don’t know yet, or just want to explore the options? Come on ahead. We have guest artists visit to share their projects, and Chris to organize your next masterpiece. Supplies are provided, along with a bit of sugary, caffeinated sustenance. Here are some examples of the Club's work! (Updated May 2013)

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Teen Advisory Boards

Creative teens advise library staff about materials, programs and services they would like to see in the library. This is your chance to make a difference! If you are interested in joining a Teen Advisory Board, please contact us at these e-mail addresses:

Todd Sparkles Presents the Bennett Martin Public Library
Todd Sparkles, his sidekick Polly Owl and members of the Bennett Martin Public Library Teen Advisory Board show some of the highlights of what's available at the Library.


 

Gere's TAB members painting stepstoolsTake a look at how members of Gere Branch Library's Teen Advisory Board have been working to make the Library better!

'Casting About, Program 37: Bennett Martin Public Library Teen Advisory BoardTeen Advisory Board Podcast
Check out this Podcast featuring the Bennett Martin Public Library's Teen Advisory Board!

PodcastListen now - 9:57, 6.8 MB

Many of our other Podcasts also feature discussions of books for teens; here is an index to those Podcasts.


Homework HelpNowNeed Help With Homework?
Homework HelpNow powered by brainfuse provides free homework help and online tutoring. Chat with a tutor through instant messaging from 2:00 PM to 11:00 p.m., seven days a week for grades 3-12 in the areas of math, English, science, and social studies. Spanish-speaking tutors are also available.

And don't forget our other homework help resources!

Downloadable Audio Books

Downloadable Audiobooks and e-Books
Downloadable audiobooks and e-Books for young people are now available! Use your library card number to log in to our Digital Downloads site and start reading and listening! Here's some more information to help you get started with e-Books and audiobooks.


Video Games @ Your LibraryVideo Games Now Available for Checkout
Here's some information about them.

The Continuing Adventures of Library Girl and Volunteer Boy


A new episode of Library Girl and Volunteer Boy has been added!


The Adventures of Library Girl and Volunteer Boy - Part 2
Don't miss our earlier video, The Continuing Adventures of Library Girl and Volunteer Boy! (QuickTime format, 16.8 MB)
These sequels to the original Adventures of Library Girl and Volunteer Boy were created to thank our volunteers for all the work they do. Thank you, volunteers!

After-School Gaming @ Walt Branch LibraryAfter-School Gaming @ Walt Branch Library
Drop in after school for open gaming! Join other 6-12th graders on Tuesdays from 2:30-4:30 and Wednesdays from 3:15-4:30.

Walt Trivia Night Sunday, December 7, 2014
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Walt Branch Library
For adults and teens
Walt Trivia Night!: Join us for an evening of free trivia fun. You never know what you just might know! Decide as a team what the correct answer is to the themed questions. The team with the highest score at the end of ten rounds becomes the reigning champion. Preregister a team of up to 6 people or preregister yourself now and form a team at the event. Check-in from 5:00 pm to 5:30 pm. Questions begin a 6 pm.

 




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Hey, Read This!

September 26, 2014 by pjorgensen

Hey, Read This!

eyeglasses graphic

Books listed are chosen to represent the wide world of literature. While there is something for everyone, not every title listed will be of interest to, or appropriate for, every reader. Check with your librarian for more suggestions.

Check out these new booklists - three of our new Books, Movies & More pages!

More Book Recommendations

Susan's Teen Read Week Book List 2014

A Little Dark Reading

Susan's Teen Read Week Book List 2012

Susan's Teen Read Week Book List 2011

Sarah's Teen Read Week List 2010

Susan's Teen Read Week Book List 2010

Susan's Summer Reading List, 2010

Sarah's TeensRead List, Summer 2010

YALSA Best Books for Young Adults

YALSA Award for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults: 2010 Finalists

Susan's Teen Read Week Book List 2009

Best Books for Young Adults From the American Library Association

The Hot List! Check the most popular items on the teen advance reservations list!

Susan's Picks, Winter 2008 Also available as a two-part audio podcast; the podcasts also include books for adults:

Podcast of this book talk  Part 1
Podcast of this book talk  Part 2 

 

Good Youth Books for Gifts, 2008 (This list includes books for younger readers)

Susan's Teen Read Week Book List 2008

Fanged Fiction

Sarah's Teen Book List, Spring 2008 An audio podcast based on this list is also available: podcast graphic

 

Susan's Picks, Spring 2008 Also available as an audio podcast: podcast graphic

Good Youth Books for Gifts, 2007 (This list includes books for younger readers)

Susan's Teen Read Week Book List 2007

Books for Young People: A Gere Branch Books Talk Presentation - Feb 5, 2007

Award Winning Books

Game On! Fiction for Gaming Fans

Susan's Teen Read Week Book List 2006

Susan's Teen Read Week Book List 2005

Susan's Picks - March 2005

Susan's Picks - 2004

Young Adult Booktalks, Spring 2004

Golden Sower Awards

Golden Sower Award Nominees From the Past

Teen Book Club Teen Book Club
The online Teen Book Club is one of eleven online book clubs available through Lincoln City Libraries. Sign up and you'll receive brief daily sections of the books in your specified categories via your e-mail account. Each day's entry will be approximately 5 minutes worth of reading material. Click the book cover image to get more information.



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Spark a Reaction: Teen Summer Reading Program

August 12, 2014 by Webmaster
Spark a Reaction

May 23 to July 31, 2014


 This year's Teen Summer Reading Program has concluded, but here are some photos from some of our special events this year:
2014 Teen Summer Reaing Program events


Here are some of the winners of our teen prize drawings!

Winners of teen prize drawings

 

Summer Reading images are copyrighted. Contact the CSLP at 1-866-657-8556 or contact@cslpreads.org for more information.


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BEAST Art Show at Gere Branch Library

May 07, 2013 by Webmaster

Art by members of the BEAST Teen Art Club
Art show by BEAST Art Club members at Gere Branch Library


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Video Games @ your library

April 29, 2013 by storysean


How long do I get to keep them?


You may check-out the games for a total of 1 week. Currently there are no renewals for video games.

How many can I check out?

You can check-out three games at a time.

Where can I see a list of all the games?

You can search our catalog for all the titles and their availability.

What if I don't return them on time?

The same late charges apply to video games as most of the items in the library.

Do you have any accessories for check-out like Wii balance board or Wii Wheel?

At this time we do not have any accessories for check-out.

Where can I recommend a title or make a comment?

You may suggest-a-title or make a comment by clicking on the links.

Why don't you have any games like Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto?

Our collection consists of video game titles with a rating of Teen or younger. These ratings were developed by the Entertainment Software Rating Board or ESRB.

What other video game systems do you support?

At this time we have Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 games available.

Where can I find other video game related material?

You can find all sorts of great video game related material at the library. We have gaming magazines, strategy guides, books with gaming plots, book lists, and events at many of our library locations.

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