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Good Morning Jane Addams! Or is that Hazel Wolf? :)

Hazel Wolf K-8Greetings to the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students at Jane Addams!  I hope you brought your completed application for a Seattle Public Library card!

The summer program starts June 23.  Come to the library to pick up your free book and participate in a summer of great activities!

Did you know we have a tumblr?  Check it out!  We’d love to have you tumbl for us!  😀

Check out our Teens webpage for current programs and activities.

Want to write for this blog? Send us an e-mail and we’ll let you know how!

  • Take advantage of the great book lists that Seattle Librarians compile just for you.
  • Get a personalized reading list of titles you’ll love: Your Next Five.
  • Zinio provides magazine reading at your fingertips.
  • Don’t forget that our e-books and e-audiobooks collections are growing all the time.
  • Download three free songs every week through Freegal. They’re yours to keep, too!
  • Hoopla is a new streaming service that the library offers. See what music, video, and audiobooks they have today.
  • Ask a Librarian is available 24/7 for all those burning questions that keep you up at night.
  • Arrange a group tour of Central Library…or just take the cell phone tour; it’s your “call.”
  • Visit a Seattle Museum for free!
  • Use Homework Help in-person at 11 Seattle libraries (throughout the school year) or check-out the online Homework Help. Both are great ways to advance your studies.

Lots to see and do and learn and enjoy and experience and discuss.

Get involved @ Your Library!

Nancy, Librarian & Avid Reader, Lake City

Pinehurst K-8 : What are you reading?

Pinehurst K-8I’m so excited to see the 7th and 8th grade students in Jo’s classes here at Pinehurst.  Tell me all about all the great books that you are reading!

The summer program starts June 23.  Come to the library to pick up your free book and participate in a summer of great activities!

Check out our Teens webpage for current programs and activities.

Want to write for this blog? Send us an e-mail and we’ll let you know how!

  • Take advantage of the great book lists that Seattle Librarians compile just for you.
  • Get a personalized reading list of titles you’ll love: Your Next Five.
  • Zinio provides magazine reading at your fingertips.
  • Don’t forget that our e-books and e-audiobooks collections are growing all the time.
  • Download three free songs every week through Freegal. They’re yours to keep, too!
  • Hoopla is a new streaming service that the library offers. See what music, video, and audiobooks they have today.
  • Ask a Librarian is available 24/7 for all those burning questions that keep you up at night.
  • Arrange a group tour of Central Library…or just take the cell phone tour; it’s your “call.”
  • Visit a Seattle Museum for free!
  • Use Homework Help in-person at 11 Seattle libraries (throughout the school year) or check-out the online Homework Help. Both are great ways to advance your studies.

Lots to see and do and learn and enjoy and experience and discuss.

Get involved @ Your Library!

~ Nancy, Lake City Branch

School Shout Out: Hamilton Middle School!

Hamilton MS 2Thanks for being such a great audience today.

Do you want to read one of the books I talked to your class about?

Click here to see the entire list of YA books with adult allure/adult books with YA allure.

To review the Prezi presentation Click here!

The summer program starts June 23. Come to the library to pick up your free book and participate in a summer of great activities!

Check out our Teens webpage for current programs and activities.

These are the events happening at University

  • Artivism 101 – Thursday, July 10th,1 2 – 5:45
  • Media Montage – Saturday, July 19th, 2 – 5
  • Hack a Banana – Saturday, August 2nd, 1 – 3
  • Positive Youth Documentary Screening, Panel Discussion, and Health Fair
    Sunday, August 3rd, 1 – 4

Want to write for this blog? Send us an e-mail and we’ll let you know how!

  • Take advantage of the great book lists that Seattle Librarians compile just for you.
  • Get a personalized reading list of titles you’ll love: Your Next Five.
  • Zinio provides magazine reading at your fingertips.
  • Don’t forget that our e-books and e-audiobookscollections are growing all the time.
  • Download three free songs every week through Freegal. They’re yours to keep, too!
  • Hoopla is a new streaming service that the library offers. See what music, video, and audiobooks they have today.
  • Ask a Librarian is available 24/7 for all those burning questions that keep you up at night.
  • Arrange a group tour of Central Library…or just take the cell phone tour; it’s your “call.”
  • Visit a Seattle Museum for free!
  • Use Homework Help in-person at 11 Seattle libraries (throughout the school year) or check-out the online Homework Help. Both are great ways to advance your studies.

Lots to see and do and learn and enjoy and experience and discuss.

Get involved @ Your Library!

–-Kristy from University

While You’re Waiting For… The One, by Kiera Cass

one-kieracass Kiera Cass’s immensely popular series about an average, lower caste girl of the future competing with a dwindling number of contestants for the hand of the prince concludes with The One.  Who will become Maxon’s princess, and eventually his queen?  The answer isn’t revealed until the final pages, and naturally, you must wait for the book to get that far.  So while you’re waiting for The One, try these other teen titles.

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