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Teen Book Lists
Teen Librarian Claire and her staff of teen volunteers are busy developing book lists especially for teens. Check out the lists below and then watch this space for new ones to come.
Teen Staff Picks
Every month, Children's and Teens' Librarian Claire selects her picks for great reads for tweens and teens. Check them out on the Staff Book Picks page.
Accessing eBooks, Audio Books and eMagazines
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Popular eBooks & eAudiobooks
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Need More Help?
Having technical difficulties with the Overdrive service or Libby app? Stop by the 2nd Floor Information Desk, call (303) 651-8472, or email our librarians.
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... because reading is even more fun with friends.
Teen Book Club Kits are created for tweens and teens to facilitate a communal reading experience, whether as a formal book club, or just a group of friends. These kits contain multiple copies of a single popular title, along with materials to prompt discussion about the book. These kits are in teal-colored bags.
- Feed, by M.T. Anderson
- The House on Mango Street, by Sandra Cisneros
- Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, by Seth Grahame-Smith
- Hoot, by Carl Hiaasen
- Life as We Knew It, by Susan Beth Pfeffer
- The Wednesday Wars, by Gary D. Schmidt
- The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak
- A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L'Engle
Still don't find something that really grabs you? Contact Claire by email or by phone at 303-651-8477.
Are You Reading or Watching 13 Reasons Why?
If so, you and/or your friends may be talking about and thinking about Hannah's struggles and her decision to kill herself. Suicide is, of course, a serious and tragic topic, but one that is very real for teens. Because of that, we've put together a little brochure to help you think about and talk about the stuff that Hannah is dealing with and her ultimately sad decision. Our Teen section librarians are also happy to talk to you about the book anytime. Stop in, call (303) 651-8891), or email to connect with Claire. But whatever you do, don't ever give up. If you or someone you care about is considering suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline right now. 1-800-273-TALK(8255). And remember: Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.