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New Books for Teens

Teen Events Calendar

Teens' Blog

  • New eBooks — April 2020 edition

    New YA Books You can borrow books online on Overdrive or Cloud Library with your library card! Catwoman: Soulstealer Sarah J. Maas · Random House Books for Young Readers Pages: 384 Format: eBook Sizzling with action and suspense, #1 New York Times bestselling author SARAH J. MAAS delivers a coming-of-age Selina Kyle who will

  • Virtual volunteer opportunities

    These are virtual volunteer tasks for teen volunteers at Pasadena Public Library. They can be completed any time before April 30, 2020. You do not need to be an official Library Teen Volunteer to participate in any of these tasks unless specified. However, if you would like to sign up

  • Free Online Tools for Collaboration

    The following web tools will help you work more efficiently, effectively, and collaboratively with team members. Or if you just want easier access to your projects, all of these tools are web-based, so they can be accessed on any device with internet.     Canva Collaborate on graphics, posters, flyers,

  • Don’t Read Comments — Teen Review

    Review by Jasmine Sov, 14 Don’t Read Comments By Eric Smith Divya Sharma, a popular teenage streaming gamer known as D1V, seems like she’s got it all—a host of fans, companies tripping over themselves to be her sponsor, and a huge, established presence in this year’s hottest game, “Reclaim the Sun”.

  • Ordinary Hazards: A Memoir

    Review by Nina Dinan, 16 Ordinary Hazards: A Memoir By Nikki Grimes Ordinary Hazards is a memoir in verse. As the daughter of a paranoid schizophrenic mother and a struggling violinist father, Nikki Grimes spent her early years in and out of foster care, contending not only with poverty but with an