Relatable

“It was so relatable for teens. It was a bit intense but lovely at the same time.” ~ Mona W., 15

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Fun read, although lacking depth

“This was definitely a fun book, although it didn’t have much depth. The characters’ backstories were under developed which made it hard to care for them. This is a book you read solely for the drama and not because you love the characters. Even with all it’s flaws it was still a very fun and entertaining read!” ~Meera P., 13

Based on the author’s personal experience

“An exceptional book about friendship and trust. This book is one of a kind because it was actually based off a true story that the author went through. It is intriguing in a way that you can’t stop reading it once you’ve picked it up. Whether you are a teen or about to become a teen, this will definetely be one of your favorite books. :)” ~Helen G., 15

Activities this week: Monday, April 16 to Sunday, April 22, 2018

TEEN COUNCIL

Teens earn volunteer hours and gain experience by helping to choose books, prepare themed book displays, and plan activities for teens.

Volunteer form (scroll down and click the link “Volunteer application form”).

Free for Library members. MULTI Card required. 

Monday, April 16, 2018.

Central: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. (ages 12 to 17) – bilingual.

 

 

FIERCE TARTAN VIDEO GAME DEVELOPERS CLUB : DIGITAL DESIGN SERIES with Madeleine Sibthorpe, graphic designer

An opportunity to create a video game with a pro. Participants will learn simple coding and design skills.

All participants must bring a laptop. A recent PC or Mac is required. One laptop is available by reservation.

Free for Library members. MULTI Card required.

Registration required. 

WORKSHOP 5: REDESIGNING FAMOUS PAINTINGS – VIDEO GAME-STYLE

Thursday, April 19, 2018.

Central: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. (ages 12 to 17) – bilingual.

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The Starry Night’ by Van Gogh re-imagined into pixel art by Joo Jaebum