Teens

YA Summer Reading Program 2020: Imagine Your Story
June 1 - August 15




Discover a world of fantasy with Imagine Your Story this summer at the Wells Public Library! Tweens and teens entering fifth through twelfth grade are invited to register online, over the phone, or curbside. Then come by the library during our designated Summer Reading curbside hours or schedule a pickup time to receive a bag with a free book and instructions on how to participate. Events happening online all summer! Tweens and teens will automatically be entered into the weekly prize bag drawing just for registering! Learn how to earn more entries into the grand prize drawing from your YA Reading Log. Everyone registered will be entered into raffles to win prizes from local vendors. This free event is sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. For more information, please contact Jade at jaustin@wellstown.org or call the library.
 
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Resources for Teens

Book Reviews and Suggestions

Reading Rants: Want to find a new book to read? Try this website which features out-of-the-ordinary book suggestions

Epic Reads: Like browsing BuzzFeed but want it to be more book focused? Try Epic Reads, a listicle website complete with funny gifs and lots of YA books

No Flying No Tights: Love graphic novels? Check out this website which is filled with graphic novel reviews


Writing Resources

Figment: Do you like to read, write, and connect with other writers? Then Figment might be a great place to explore. It's a website to share your writing, read new writing, and discover new ideas.

Teen Ink: Do you like to write, read, and make art? Then check out Teen Ink, a website for teens ages 13 - 19 who love to write or express themselves artistically. 

Cyber Awareness

A Thin Line: Curious about the digital world, but worried about it at the same time? Check out this website which was created by MTV to help spot, respond to, and prevent digital abuse. Learn how to be more tech savvy and safe.