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  • Red Hood — Teen Book Review

    Review by Jasmine Sov, 15 Red Hood By Elana K. Arnold On homecoming night, Bisou Martel is with her boyfriend on the dance floor when another boy, Tucker, gets in the way to try to dance with her instead. After standing up to Tucker, Bisou later has an intimate moment

  • Out of the Pantry: Pasta

    Out of the Pantry: Cooking Class for Teens We made a simple vegetarian pasta using pantry ingredients. Watch the video for step-by-step instructions. Intro script from video: My name is Jane Gov, and I am the teen librarian at Pasadena Public Library. The following video was edited from a live

  • Teen Advisory Board — December 2020

    Pasadena Public Library – Teen Advisory Board, 12/12/2020 Present:  Jasmine, Vivien, Luke, Genevieve, Leo Announcement **Writing contest judges:  If you want to judge the writing contest, you can do so by reading and sending me your results via email.  Agenda:  Quick interactive polls using Zoom annotations. Purpose – to learn

  • Pasadena Scavenger Hunt

    So you think you know Pasadena, huh? Let’s put your navigation expertise to the test. Join in on a scavenger hunt. There are nine clues that lead to locations within the City of Pasadena. We hope you have fun getting out and exploring our amazing city! This program was created

  • Splinters of Scarlet — Teen review

    Review by Genevieve Harvey, 17 Splinters of Scarlet By Emily Bain Murphey The story begins with a subtle elucidation to the complications and disappointments that come from orphanage life. Agnes and Marit, two females who grew out of the Mill orphanage and currently work at Thorsen’s, are anticipating the arrival