Tweens and teens have all kinds of opportunities to read and learn and discover at the library. Click here for our tween and teen events and classes, or scroll down to see what books and resources are available.
Books & More
These are great for intermediate readers or as light reading for advanced readers.
Find poetry, folklore, or just easy-to-read facts in this section. Trouble navigating the Dewey Decimal System? Just ask a staff member for help.
Young Adult Fiction
Stories that push the envelope, make you think, and are geared toward tween and teen readers.
Graphic Novels / Manga
Read your favorite series or try something new. See book characters come to life in full color or dive into extended movieverses. Some titles are also available in the adult fiction section.
Brush up on the gossip or shake your head at the MAD team's antics. Titles run the gamut, so take your pick.
Books on Discs
Listen to books while you work out, drive down the road, or rest your eyes!
Find DVDs of your favorite TV shows and movies. Movies rated PG-13 and above are located on the adult side of the library.
A variety of genres are available to read on computers, tablets, and smartphones.
Check out a collection of items on a topic, such as ancient Egypt, World War II, and the Civil Rights Movement. Kits include nonfiction items to provide factual information and fiction books to bring learning to life through story.
Tweens and teens under 18 can use the YP Department computers, no library card required. Just sign in at the YP Department reference desk.
You can be on these computers for 30 minutes. A staff member will tell you when your time is up.
Be sure to let staff know if you are working on homework or a project so they can better assist you.
You may sign up two (2) times each day.
Printing costs ten cents ($0.10) per page. If you need help, please ask a staff member.