The Irondequoit Public Library is looking for teen volunteers to help with the 2013 summer reading program. Volunteers are responsible for staffing our summer reading table, registering kids for the program, helping kids track reading progress, and handing out prizes. Summer Reading begins Friday, June 21st and will end Friday, August 2nd. Both branches need volunteers. If you are interested, please fill out the appropriate form and return it to the branch. (Evans Volunteer Form | McGraw Volunteer Form) Any questions, give us a call – Evans, 336-6062 or McGraw, 336-6060.
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May 14th, 2013 by Jen in Teens · Comments Off ·
Come to the Evans branch and sample all the pizza the Cooper-Titus neighborhood has to offer. Vote for your favorite cheese, sauce, crust, and overall slice. For teens, grades 6-12, Wednesday, May 22nd at 3:30 pm. Registration is required, and space is limited. To register, call 336-6062 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 26th, 2013 by Jen in New on the Shelves, Teens · Comments Off ·
Boundless, Cynthia Hand
As the battle against the Black Wings and Their minions looms on the horizon, part-angel Clara Gardner is finally ready to fulfill her destiny, even though she knows she may have to make the ultimate sacrifice
A Corner of White, Jaclyn Moriarty
Madeleine of Cambridge, England, struggling to cope with poverty and her mother’s illness, and fifteen-year-old Elliot of the Kingdom of Cello in a parallel world where colors are villainous and his father is missing, begin exchanging notes through a crack between their worlds and find they can be of great help to each other.
Fearless: A Mirrorworld Novel, Cornelia Funke
Jacob Reckless journeys to the Mirrorworld to tell his shapeshifting friend Fox that a fairy curse–a deadly moth in his chest–means he has only one year to live. The journey in Mirrorworld turns into a search against time and against a Goyl treasure hunter for an enchanted crossbow, which is known to strike down any army it faces, and less well known for its healing power when shot by a loved one.
Everbound: An Everneath Novel, Brodi Ashton
Now that Nikki Beckett’s boyfriend has been sucked into the tunnels of the Everneath, Nikki must journey down to the underworld to bring him back before he is lost forever.
Light: A Gone Novel, Michael Grant
Answers to every mystery of the FAYZ are revealed, unexpected heroes emerge as sacrifices are made, and the Darkness is finally conquered by a force even more powerful than itself in this conclusion to the Gone series.
Mojo, Tim Tharp
A boy who feels powerless in his own life sets out to investigate the mystery of a missing high school girl in his town, who attends an elite private high school very unlike his own.
Mad Love, Suzanne Selfors
When her famous romance-novelist mother is secretly hospitalized in an expensive mental facility, sixteen-year-old Alice tries to fulfill her mother’s contract with her publisher by writing a love story–with the help of Cupid.
Nameless: A Tale of Beauty and Madness, Lili St. Crow
Raised in luxury as the pampered, adopted heiress of Enrico Vultusino, godfather of the Seven — the powerful Families that rule magic-ridden New Haven — Camille knows that she is not really Family. Unlike them, she is a mortal with a past that lies buried in trauma. Then she meets the mysterious Tor and begins to uncover the secrets of her birth … to find out where she comes from and why her past is threatening her now.
Oblivion: Gatekeepers, Book Five, Anthony Horowitz
Matt. Pedro. Scott. Jamie. Scar. Five Gatekeepers have finally found one another. And only the five of them can fight the evil force that is on the rise, threatening the destruction of the world.
Obsidian Mirror, Catherine Fisher
When his father disappears while experimenting with a black mirror that is a portal to both the past and the future, Jake encounters obstacles when he tries to use the mirror to find his father.
April 24th, 2013 by IPL Webmaster in Adults, Kids, Teens · No Comments ·
The New Library Proposal overwhelming passed by nearly a 2:1 margin! Thank you for all your support.
April 8th, 2013 by Jen in Teens · Comments Off ·
The Pauline Evans branch has canceled our Wednesday teen program, Junk Food Art. We will reschedule this summer. Check for the new date in our summer brochure. Sorry for the inconvenience.