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Hannah’s Pick:
Lore by Alexandra Bracken

Lore by Alexandra Bracken

The Agon happens every seven years – a punishment for the rebellion of nine Greek gods. The gods are hunted by the descendants of ancient Greek hero bloodlines who are eager to kill a god and take their power and immortality. After her family’s murder, more…

Your Recommendations

Reader to Reader: Recommend a Book

Have you read a really good book recently?

Want to recommend it to other teens? 


Featured Event

Rainbow Reads

Rainbow Reads

Do you love reading and stories with LGBTQIA+ characters? No matter your genre, or how you identify, this club is for you! Each week we will spend an hour together via Zoom reading a book and discussing. This is a safe space for LGBTQIA+ teens, allies, and those who are interested in being in our reading community. Join us every Wednesday at 3pm. Space is limited; registration required. Accommodations can be made for joining by phone.  Only one registration is required per household.  A Zoom link will be sent to registrants a couple days before the event. Grades 6-12.


Explorations Magazine, Summer 2021
Flip through our event magazine, Explorations, to see what else is happening at your library.


Board Games

Take home one of the many board games we have available and you’ll be set for a night of fun.

Switch controllers

Switch Games: Party & Challenge Packs

For gamers — Our Nintendo Switch bundles come with 3 games and a set of 2 Joy-Con controllers. For more casual multiplayer options, check out the Party Pack, and for those looking to test their skills, try the Challenge Pack.

Get Published

Teen artists, get published in Whatcomics 2020. Submit Your art here.


Submit your 2D art for consideration for publication in our yearly art book, Whatcomics. All styles of art are encouraged. Open for submissions September 1 – October 31st.

Whatcomics 2021 cover page

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A Forest of Words. Get your poetry published. For grades 6 through 12. Submit your poems before March 15.


Our annual poetry book, A Forest of Words, accepts submissions of all styles of poetry. Open for submissions January 1 – March 15th.

A Forest Of Words anthology cover page

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