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  • Winter Reading

    Activities are fairly quiet this month but the library is still a good place to find some warmth. Teen Book Club will be hosting one of our favorite authors on the 20th. April Lurie will be stopping by to discuss her book The Less-Dead. Please join us!! Teen Book Club is followed by the Teen Advisory Board (TAB). These discussion ...
    Posted to 2-6 Teen (Weblog) by Shara Sala on 12-08-2011
  • Writing Read Aloud for Teens

    As I stated in the last blog, November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).  A nonprofit literary crusade to encourage aspiring novelists to write a 50,000 word novel in a month.  The event is to promote creativity and adventure, not necessarily expecting great literary works, but quite a number of them have been published. ...
    Posted to 2-6 Teen (Weblog) by Shara Sala on 11-09-2011
  • Create Some Fall Fun!!

    We are encouraging you to use your imagination this fall. Halloween is just around the corner. We will be hosting the annual Teen Halloween Party. One of our very creative teens is helping Ms Jane with activities. They are planning a Costume Competition, Monster Trivia, Scary Storytelling, a Cauldron Toss and more. There will be pizza and ...
    Posted to 2-6 Teen (Weblog) by Shara Sala on 10-19-2011
  • October starts quiet but ends with a party!!

    The week of September 25th - October 1st is Banned Book Week. Some popular teen books are on the 10 Most Challenged List. These include Twilight, The Hunger Games, Lush, What My Mother Doesn't Know, and Crank! A couple of my favorite series hit the Most Challenged Books of the Decade list, His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman and, of ...
    Posted to 2-6 Teen (Weblog) by Shara Sala on 09-23-2011
  • The summer comes to an end, but the fun continues!

    The summer comes to an end, but the fun continues! Throughout the school year we will have Teen Book Club, the 16+ Book Club for older teens and adults, Teen Advisory Board (TAB) and Early Release Gaming days. The next 16+ Book Club meets at 7:30 August 25th. We will be discussing Black and White by Malorie Blackman. Copies of the next ...
    Posted to 2-6 Teen (Weblog) by Shara Sala on 08-24-2011
  • The End of Global Adventures

    Going Global, Staying Connected has brought many fun adventures. Murder Mystery was a big success last week, thanks to the hard work and dramatic talents of Ms Jane, David Sharp and all our fabulous teens! We have had a wide range of events this summer; everything from Open Gaming to Zumba! This week we will be hosting A Taste of India. Indian ...
    Posted to 2-6 Teen (Weblog) by Shara Sala on 08-01-2011
  • Teen Murder Mystery Party

    RRPL's very own David Sharp wrote this year's Murder Mystery, 'Til Debt Do Us Part. This annual event is always a good time. Participants can audition for a part in the story or be detectives and solve the crime. Since this year's setting is a wedding and reception, finger food and refreshments will be served. Of ...
    Posted to 2-6 Teen (Weblog) by Shara Sala on 07-15-2011
  • TEEN TUESDAY: PIZZA and a MOVIE!

    Tuesday, July 5th we will be having our Going Global movie night. Copyright Licensing does not allow me to state exactly which movie this will be, but let's just say we will be watching Part 1 and Part 2 will be in theaters soon!  We will be serving pizza and refreshments. All teen Muggles and Wizards are invited, so bring a comfy cushion ...
    Posted to 2-6 Teen (Weblog) by Shara Sala on 07-01-2011
  • Fun has officially started

    Teen Tuesday started this week with some Open Gaming fun! Next week we will have the Teen Book Club at Friar Tucks Pantry. We will serve tea and biscuits (cookies). Newcomers are always welcome. We will be discussing Gone by Michael Grant.  On June 28th, we will be having a healthy night with Zumba and Yoga.  This is not a girls only ...
    Posted to 2-6 Teen (Weblog) by Shara Sala on 06-15-2011
  • Summer Begins...

    Next week will be very busy at the Round Rock Library.  Monday and Tuesday, we will have training for our SRP teen volunteers.  We officially kick off our Summer Reading Program on Wednesday, June 8th. Please stop by the table and pick up your reading log for Going Global, Staying Connected. Remember the teens will be entered in a ...
    Posted to 2-6 Teen (Weblog) by Shara Sala on 06-01-2011
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