Upcoming Tween/Teen Programs

09 February 2023

Guerrilla poetry involves publishing poetry in unexpected and unconventional ways in unexpected and unconventional places. A group of gorillas is called a band or a troop (less common is a “whoop”of gorillas.) So what is a Guerilla Poetry Whoop, you Continue reading →

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10 February 2023

Wings of Fire Graphic Gala  Friday, February 10, 2:45 – 4:00 pm For ages 9-12+. The graphic novel version of the 6th book, Moon Rising, was released in December. Join us for some dragon-themed snacks, activities, and then create your Continue reading →

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13 February 2023

Dungeons and Dragons Character Creation Workshop Monday, February 13th 2:30-4:00 Thomas Memorial Library  (Conference Room) Grades 6-12 Join other D&D players to create a character and paint a figure. Figures, paint, and snacks provided. Spots are limited and registration is Continue reading →

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16 February 2023

Would you like to be able to understand what the birds are telling you or are saying about you? Did you know that we’re the only species not tuned into wild conversations happening in your own backyard? Join bird language Continue reading →

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18 February 2023

Library Conference Room For ages 8-14. A sewing workshop celebrating your personal symbolism and hand sewing in a group.  For makers, textile lovers and curious kids.  Come express yourself by drawing with thread to embroider a personal badge of a Continue reading →

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24 February 2023

Reserve a copy of this month’s book, and register to join TML’s Middle School Book Club, The Last Pineapples on Earth, by emailing Family Engagement Librarian Megan Smith at msmith@thomas.lib.me.us

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25 February 2023

Adults, come make art with us! Local artist Marie Ahearn will help participants craft lanterns from wire, reeds, paper and other materials. All materials will be provided! No experience necessary, just a desire to have fun! This workshop is offered Continue reading →

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01 March 2023

Dungeons and Dragons Wednesdays in March: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 2:30-4:00 pm Thomas Memorial Library (Conference Room) Grades 6-12 Adventurers! Meet up and flex your minds and storytelling skills while exploring magical lands and building friendships. This is an Continue reading →

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03 March 2023

Library Squad is a community of library-loving middle schoolers that meets monthly, and whose opinions, ideas, and help form the foundation of our programming. Library Squad meets after school on the first Friday of each month from 2:45 – 3:45 Continue reading →

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08 March 2023

Dungeons and Dragons Wednesdays in March: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 2:30-4:00 pm Thomas Memorial Library (Conference Room) Grades 6-12 Adventurers! Meet up and flex your minds and storytelling skills while exploring magical lands and building friendships. This is an Continue reading →

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New on Our Teen Shelves!

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Updated February 3, 2023

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News & Reviews for Teen Book Lovers

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  • The 14 Best Young Adult Books to Read for Valentine’s Day February 6, 2023
    Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! If you’re looking for some romantic reads to get ready for the holiday, then you found the right post. We’re here to share with you some of our favorite ya romances guaranteed to make you swoon. This post is all about finding the best young adult books to read for Valentine’s… […]
  • February 2023 Book Club: Live Your Best Lie by Jessie Weaver February 2, 2023
    The Book Live Your Best Lie released January 24, 2023. Why did we pick this book? We’ve had Live Your Best Lie on our TBR for a few months and it just released. We were in the mood for a YA thriller with a creative storyline. Live Your Best Lie gave us Follow Me (The… […]
  • Review: The Killing Code by Ellie Marney January 30, 2023
    Kit Sutherland has spent the last year and half living a lie. Nobody knows her real name or her true identity. Luckily, her former friend gave her a chance at a new life and World War II provided her a job at Arlington Hall as a codebreaker. Arlington Hall gave Kit her dream life, especially… […]
  • The Winter Wonderland Book Tag January 26, 2023
    We’ve seen many winter-themed book tags over the years and we thought it would be fun to create our own. When the weather outside is frightful, at least our books are delightful. Check out our prompts and let us know if you’ve read any of the books on our list. Feel free to participate in… […]
  • Review: They’re Watching You by Chelsea Ichaso January 23, 2023
    *We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* It’s been two weeks since Polly St. James went missing. But Maren Montgomery is the only one that cares. You see, Polly left a note on her dorm room desk stating that she ran away and that she needed some alone time because the pressure… […]
RSS Bookstacked: YA Book News & YA Book Reviews
  • Growing Up With YA December 30, 2022
    Young Adult books have been a massive part of my life -- I wouldn't be the same without them.
  • The End. December 30, 2022
    The best stories have endings.
  • The Books That Defined YA December 30, 2022
    These books shaped the way we saw YA during our decade of coverage.
  • Bookstacked is closed December 30, 2022
    Whether you were here for a moment, or all nine years, thank you for reading our work. ❤️
  • Podcast: So long December 29, 2022
    The Bookstacked Team gets together one last time to reflect on nearly a decade of YA book coverage.

YALSA Teens’ Top Ten 2022 

 To learn more about this list, visit www.ala.org/yalsa/teenstopten.