Our Overdrive Digital Collection is a fresh and easy way to borrow and read ebooks and audiobooks from your library through your phone app, ereader, computer, or tablet. Take a book with you, wherever you go!  Check out our Teen Reading Room

      

        
Teen Reads offers readers aged 12-17 reviews and excerpts of YA books, as well as adult titles that are appropriate for a teen audience. Features include Cool New Books, Word of Mouth (a forum where teens talk about what they’re reading), TONS of free giveaways and contests, author interviews, biographies, contests and monthly polls. Content is updated monthly.

   
MeL Database of the Month:
Opposing Viewpoints In Context 



Explore Both Sides of an Issue
Gale's Opposing Viewpoints In Context is the premier online resource covering today's hottest social issues, from capital punishment to immigration to marijuana. This cross-curricular research database supports science, social studies, current events, and language arts classes. Informed, differing views help learners develop critical-thinking skills and draw their own conclusions.

8 YA Books Becoming Movies in 2018




             
      
2017-2018 Teen Advisory Board (T.A.B.) Officers
President - Carley Mielke
Vice President - Lilli Bartlett
Treasurer - Genevieve Deschaine
Public Relations Chairman - Carlos Calderon
 


T.A.B. is for teens in 7th through 12th grade. 
Please call the library at 637-2403 with any questions.

New YA Books June 2018
Click on the book for description. 
                                      

​New YA Books May 2018
Click on the book cover for details
                  


New YA Books April 2018
       

New YA Books March 2018
      
     


Are you getting ready for the PSAT, SAT,  ACT & AP Exams? Mel.org's "Learning Express" is a free, up to date, practice location! 

Interested in working at the library? We hire Library Pages during the summer! Stop in anytime during business hours to get an application. Under supervision this position helps shelve and organize library collection materials and helps prepare the library facilities for program use. The position reads shelves, shelf checks overdue items and applies acquired knowledge to help customers locate materials
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Thinking about volunteering at the library? We are always looking for volunteers! Stop in anytime during to pick up a volunteer application and to schedule a time that works for you.