Teens and tweens
Find digital resources, reading recommendations, leadership opportunities, and special programs for teens and tweens. Our Grants Pass and Illinois Valley branches include a dedicated room for teens, which we’ve stocked with specialized collections of young adult titles. These spaces are yours to explore, study, discover, create, and connect.
A Cloud of Outrageous BlueVesper Stamper
Cemetery BoysAiden Thomas
Darius the Great Deserves BetterAdib Khorram
El instante amarilloBernardo Fernandez
Felix Ever AfterKacen Callender
I’ll be the OneLyla Lee
Let Me Hear a RhymeTiffany D Jackson
Piper PerishKayla Cagan
Shuri: Wakanda ForeverNnedi Okorafor
Gain the skills and experience needed to boost resumes and college applications all while making friends at the library. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to fill out an application or for more information about volunteer opportunities for teens.
We all want our youth to grow up happy, healthy, and feeling understood. The library can help.VIEW ALL
Online learning resources
Our librarians have curated a collection of fun and engaging online learning resources for young adults.VIEW ALL
Find recommendations, list videos, reviews, book hauls, monthly, comic/manga discussions, and more from a reader with an eclectic taste who advocates for marginalized communities.
Explore Starlah's book reviews, reading challenges, and book recommendations every week with a focus on fantasy, science fiction, horror, hard-hitting contemporary, manga, and graphic novels.
This Story Ain't Over
Follow this Canada-based BookTuber for bullet journaling tips, book recommendations, reading challenges, and more with a focus on young adult content.
Quarterly book boxes
Each quarter, teens and tweens ages 10+ can sign up to receive an age-appropriate book box with one free book and an assortment of goodies to enjoy. There is a limited number of boxes available each time and priority may be given to teens and tweens who have not had a chance to participate in the program yet.
Registration for summer book boxes is full.