The monthly Teen Book discussion is Thursday, October 20th; we will discuss Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson. Copies of the November book, Graceling by Kristin Cashore will be available at the October meeting. Join us and share your opinion.
The Teen Writers Club will meet on Thursday, October 27th from 5-6:30 pm. Drop into the Story/Craft corner on the 2nd floor Junior Department or register online at Danbury Library Events. We will meet on the fourth Thursday of each month.
October 9 through 15 is Teen Read Week. You can vote for the Teens Top Ten Book Award any time during October. Check out the nominations and vote for your favorite. These books are nominated and voted on by teens. Express your views and Vote.
If you are 16 years old, you may be interested in the UFO program on October 15th. Sign-up for 16 year old and above will be available in September. Meanwhile check this out.
Teen Council Meeting
The first meeting of the year is Monday, October 3 from 4-5 pm, in the Technology Center Conference Room. What is Teen Council? Teen Council is a group of 6th through 12th grade students who volunteer for the Danbury Library. Teen volunteers run the summer reading program and help with other programs during the school year. If you are interested, look at the Teen Council webpage or call Mrs. Harrigan @ 203-797-4528, Monday through Thursday from 10 to 7.
Looking for Book Trailers
Many of you have seen some of the book trailers on Amazon. Maryjo, a part-time librarian who works at both the Junior and Adult desks, created a book trailer for her graduate course. This reminded me that I had a teen program a few years back where we created book trailers. Have any of you created book trailers that I could use on our web page? Contact me, Mrs. Harrigan, at 203-797-4528 or email. I would like to explore posting videos trailers on the web page.
If you are taking the drivers' test soon, you might want to check out the DMV Practice Tests. This is a free learning resource, covering every section of your State’s current driver handbook. There is absolutely no cost at all for anyone to take the practice tests, and they are available anytime--and mobile friendly--so students can study whenever they can, and at their own pace.
Don't forget to browse the NEW book selection in Fiction and Non-Fiction.
Remote Access Services
Sign-up for free by using your Danbury Library Card. Download eBooks and streaming TV and Movies. If you enjoy audio-books, Hoopla is the place for you. It's free, easy and you can access from any device. There are also non-fiction books available at eSebco Library, and OneClickDigital.
Summer Reading Lists
You can find your grade and school on the featured lists connection on the catalog. Here's a link.
PLEASE NOTE: Fees (10 cents/day) for Children and Young Adult Books and CDs apply.