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Upcoming Teen Programs!

Get Graphic Book Club 

Ages:  Grades 9-12

When:  April 24, May 22, June 26

Day/Time:  Fourth Thursdays, 6:30-8:30pm

Where:  Teen Reading Room

 

Are you a graphic novel and comic fiend, like me?  Have you read a few, but still don’t know how you feel about this format?  Don’t know what the fuss is all about?  Whatever your answer, join me for Get Graphic a new book club.  We’ll read classic, groundbreaking, alternative, and mainstream graphic novels.  We can all read the same title or you can pick one of your choosing and then share your reaction to it with the group.  

 

The choice is yours, and remember with great power comes great responsibility! 

 

 

Have a title suggestion?  Email me, Kelly, at YoungAdultLibrarian@ptlibrary.org  

 

 

 

 

                                                                        

Game On! Community Night

Ages:  All ages.

When:  Wednesday, April 30

Time:  6:00-8:45pm

 

 

 

Everyone is invited to attend this inaugural Game Night in the new Teen Reading Room.  Put those nimble fingers to use and shred during Guitar Hero III.  Flex your vocal chords with a Rock Band set.  Showcase your Wii Sports skills.  Tear up the track with Forza 2 Racing on one of our Xboxes.  Whether you come as a spectator or participant, this night at the library is sure to be unforgettable!  Age specific Game On! events are in the works, so come back for more.

 

Books & Bites Book Club

Ages:  Grades 9-12

When:  May 6, June 3

Day/Time:  First Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30pm

 

Are you tired of books with happy families, perfect couples, and happily ever after?  There is nothing wrong with these characterizations.  Many of you probably have some of these things in your lives.  However, nothing goes right all the time and that is why a book can be more powerful when the perfect things are mixed in with problems.  Join this discussion and share snacks as we explore current young adult literature.  Title and snack recommendations are encouraged. Again, email Kelly at YoungAdultLibrarian@ptlibrary.org

 

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