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Join this Teen Book Club where members get to choose the books that is read. Have a book you want to discuss? Let them know and they’ll add it to the list! And if you don’t have a copy of the book already, they’ll provide one for you.
Each week, the group will discuss a section of the book they’re currently reading. Discussions are casual and fun, so come by to hang out and talk about great books!
To get a copy of the book they will be reading, please register for the event online through the Library’s event calendar and then either pick the book up at the circulation desk or schedule a Curbside Pickup appointment by calling 367-4405.
(4/20 & 4/27): Stargazing
For these two weeks, we’ll be reading the graphic novel Stargazing by Jen Wang.
Stargazing is a heartwarming portrait of friendship between two girls and the loss that is felt after one falls ill. The book’s narrative is loosely based on Wang’s childhood growing up in and of searching for her own identity within the Chinese American community.
(5/4 & 5/11): Finding Serendipity
For these two weeks, we’ll be talking about Finding Serendipity by Angelica Banks.
When Tuesday McGillycuddy and her beloved dog, Baxterr, discover that Tuesday’s mother—the famous author Serendipity Smith—has gone missing, they set out on a magical adventure. In their quest to find Serendipity, they discover the mysterious and unpredictable place that stories come from. Here, Tuesday befriends the fearless Vivienne Small, learns to sail an enchanted boat, tangles with an evil pirate, and discovers the truth about her remarkable dog. Along the way, she learns what it means to be a writer and how difficult it can sometimes be to get all the way to The End.
AGE GROUP: | Middle School Students | High School Students |