Students in Grades 7-12!
Did you know there are two state-wide competitions in which you can vote for your favorite recently published books?
Isinglass Teen Read Award (Grades 7-8): information and current list can be found at: Isinglass Award page
The Flume Teen Book Award for Grades 9-12, sponsored by the N.H. Center for the Book. More information can be found at the Young Adults Library Services website: http://yals.nhlibrarians.org/book-awards/flume/
Teen readers in grades 9-12 are encouraged to nominate books for the list, then students read the books on the list and participate in voting for their favorite title by April 2020.
To read them as free downloadable eBooks and audio books, use your 14 digit library card to sign in at NH downloadable books. Or use the Libby app.
Copies of suggested High School and Middle School reading lists, and the books or audios you need are available each summer. Get your book early to have the best choice! If we run out, we can order from other libraries but this takes at least a week. You can check the availability and reserve your copy using our web catalog link.
Student volunteers welcomed. If you need to finish your community service hours, give us a call. Must be age 14 or older. see volunteer page https://www.warner.lib.nh.us/how-do-i/volunteers-in-the-library/
Summer programs for adults, and Grades 7-12?
In the past we have had special activities in summer for teens and adults. Game days, Fly casting practice, Comic creation, a Trivia Bingo activity, and a “Frozen T-shirt Meltdown contest” are typical activities. Due to low numbers attending, we are not currently able to organize any summer activities for these ages. Do you have suggestions? Want to help? Please contact us.