#BiWeek celebrates bisexual people and bisexuality from September 19-26, 2016. #BannedBooksWeek celebrates your freedom to read any book you like — no matter who thinks you shouldn’t be reading it at all — from September 25-October 1, 2016. And given that the teen book review magazine VOYA came under fire this past week for recommending that a particular book be restricted to… Read more »
It’s baseball season again! Both the Cubs and the Sox played amazing games on opening day, so why not celebrate with some baseball books? Game Seven by Paul Volponi is about 16-year-old Julio Ramirez, Jr. Julio has dreamed his whole life of following in his father’s footsteps and becoming a player on Cuba’s national team. But when his father defects to the USA to play for the… Read more »
Our One Book/One Community theme this winter is Sherlock Holmes so I thought we should take a look at some Sherlock Holmes-inspired books you can find in The Vault! The Clockwork Scarab by Colleen Gleason is the first book in the Stoker & Holmes trilogy, which follows crime-solvers Evaline Stoker and Mina Holmes, sister to author Bram Stoker and niece to Sherlock Holmes… Read more »
Watch the video to see which of your favorite YA novels made it into YALSA’s Teen’s Top Ten list!
So you’ve read all of John Green’s books AND seen The Fault in Our Stars movie. Now what do you read? We’ve got the answer for you! (Click on photo for more information.)