SCPL Teen Blog

November 22, 2011

Tween Diary of a Wimpy Kid Party

Filed under: blogs, Uncategorized — crozycki @ 1:38 am

Hey Tweens, join us at the East Regional Library in Destrehan on Tuesday November 22 at 6 p.m. for a party to celebrate the release of the next book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney, Cabin Fever.  Gear up for our trivia contest and other fun games based on the antics of Greg Heffley and his friends.

October 23, 2010

Teenreads.com – Cool New Books

Filed under: blogs, books — SCPL Teens @ 3:10 pm

Teenreads is a great blog for finding new things to read.  Each month they post a list of new books.  Check out the list.  If you think we should purchase any of the titles for the library, leave a comment telling us which one!

See what October has to offer!  Teenreads.com – Cool New Books.

October 13, 2010

Two awesome young adult author blogs

Filed under: authors, blogs, NaNoWriMo, publishing — SCPL Teens @ 9:42 pm

So, as NaNoWriMo approaches, I’m offering up some internet goodies to inspire you writers out there.

Do you read blogs? Besides this one, I mean?  There are a lot of young adult writers who have a particular gift for speaking candidly about writing and other things you might bump into in life. Maureen Johnson and Jackson Pearce are a couple of my favorites.

Maureen Johnson, author of Suite Scarlett and 13 Little Blue Envelopes, has a great blog and one of the most popular twitter feeds on the planet. Why? Because she is awesome.  Her followers are all in little jars which she cares for and takes on airplane rides.  And other stuff– just go look.

Jackson Pearce, author of Sisters Red and the upcoming Sweetly, has recently begun a 30 Days of Vlogging project.  And she also has very entertaining tweets and defines being awkward as “socially alternative”.   I like her very much. 🙂

Enjoy!

September 28, 2010

Happy DIY Bookmarks!

Filed under: blogs, crafts, diy — SCPL Teens @ 3:06 pm

DIY stands for Do It Yourself!  Mary, our director, is always finding cool DIY projects that teens can do.  This week she found instructions for making these easy and cute little bookmarks on Wild Olive.  All you need is a color printer, cardstock or heavy-ish paper, scissors, and magnet tape!

Instructions are here. There are two sets of patterns you can use– here and here!

Happy bookmarking!

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