What’s new in the Teen section

New Teen and Tween Books: October 2017

October 31st, 2017 by Craig - Teen Librarian in New on the Shelves, Teens · Comments Off on New Teen and Tween Books: October 2017 ·

Calling all teen and tween readers! A big batch of new books are now available to check out in the Teen Library including Before the Devil Breaks You (The Diviners #3) by Libba Bray, It Devours! (Welcome to Night Vale #2) by Joseph Fink, Turtles All the Way Down by John Green, and many more.

Click the “Read More” link to check out the full list and feel free to call us anytime at 336-6060 or click the links below to get on the hold list for any (or all) of these titles… (more…)

Makey Makey Invention Kits Now Available to Check Out

July 24th, 2017 by IPL Webmaster in Adults, Kids, New on the Shelves, Teens · Comments Off on Makey Makey Invention Kits Now Available to Check Out ·

Makey Makey Invention Kits are now available to check out at the Irondequoit Library! You can find them in a basket in front of the Teen Room. But what is a Makey Makey Invention Kit? Well…

Makey Makey is an invention kit for the 21st century. Turn everyday objects into touchpads and combine them with the Internet. It’s a simple invention kit for beginners and experts doing art, engineering, and everything in-between.
– From Makey Makey’s Official Website

Give us a call at 336-6060 to find out if we have any Makey Makey Invention Kits available for check out.

New Video Games On the Shelves: January 2017

January 3rd, 2017 by John - Movies and Music in Adults, Kids, New on the Shelves, New on the Shelves, Teens · Comments Off on New Video Games On the Shelves: January 2017 ·

Did you unwrap a brand new PlayStation 4 or Xbox One this holiday season? Then you should come to the Irondequoit Library and borrow all the latest games! Here’s what’s new on the shelves right now…

PS4 Games

Xbox One Games

Google Cardboard Viewers Now Available at Irondequoit Library

November 3rd, 2016 by IPL Webmaster in Adults, New on the Shelves, New on the Shelves, Teens · Comments Off on Google Cardboard Viewers Now Available at Irondequoit Library ·

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Are you interested in virtual reality devices, but don’t know where to start? Then come down to the Irondequoit Library and borrow one of our Google Cardboard Viewers. When paired with a smartphone (you’ll have to supply your own) and a few free VR apps, you can find out what all the fuss is about!

The Google Cardboard Viewers are shelved in the Teen Library, and they’re able to be checked out for one week. You can also put one on hold by giving us a call anytime at 336-6060.

Want to learn more about virtual reality and Google Cardboard? Check out our brochure: Experience Virtual Reality With Google Cardboard.

New Young Adult Books for July 2015

July 6th, 2015 by Melanie in New on the Shelves, Teens · Comments Off on New Young Adult Books for July 2015 ·

pofProof of Forever by Lexa HillyerBefore: It was the perfect summer of first kisses, skinny-dipping, and bonfires by the lake. Joy, Tali, Luce, and Zoe knew their final summer at Camp Okahatchee would come to an end, but they swore they’d stay friends.
After: Now, two years later, their bond has faded along with those memories.
Then: That is, until the fateful flash of a photo booth camera transports the four of them back in time, to the summer they were fifteen—the summer everything changed.
Now: The girls must recreate the past in order to return to the present. As they live through their second-chance summer, the mystery behind their lost friendship unravels, and a dark secret threatens to tear the girls apart all over again.
Always: Summers end. But this one will change them forever.

ewyltmEven When You Lie to Me by Jessica AlcottCharlie, a senior, isn’t looking forward to her last year of high school. Another year of living in the shadow of her best friend, Lila. Another year of hiding behind the covers of her favorite novels. Another year of navigating her tense relationship with her perfectionist mom.
But everything changes when she meets her new English teacher. Mr. Drummond is smart. Irreverent. Funny. Hot. Everyone loves him. And Charlie thinks he’s the only one who gets her.
She also thinks she might not be the only one with a crush.

tslombThe Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie OakesThe Kevinian cult has taken everything from seventeen-year-old Minnow: twelve years of her life, her family, her ability to trust.
And when she rebelled, they took away her hands, too.
Now their Prophet has been murdered and their camp set aflame, and it’s clear that Minnow knows something—but she’s not talking. As she languishes in juvenile detention, she struggles to un-learn everything she has been taught to believe, adjusting to a life behind bars and recounting the events that led up to her incarceration. But when an FBI detective approaches her about making a deal, Minnow sees she can have the freedom she always dreamed of—if she’s willing to part with the terrible secrets of her past. (more…)

New Young Adult Books for May

May 22nd, 2015 by Melanie in New on the Shelves, Teens · Comments Off on New Young Adult Books for May ·

saSaint Anything by Sarah DessenPeyton, Sydney’s charismatic older brother, has always been the star of the family, receiving the lion’s share of their parents’ attention and–lately–concern. When Peyton’s increasingly reckless behavior culminates in an accident, a drunk driving conviction, and a jail sentence, Sydney is cast adrift, searching for her place in the family and the world. When everyone else is so worried about Peyton, is she the only one concerned about the victim of the accident?
Enter the Chathams, a warm, chaotic family who run a pizza parlor, play bluegrass on weekends, and pitch in to care for their mother, who has multiple sclerosis. Here Sydney experiences unquestioning acceptance. And here she meets Mac, gentle, watchful, and protective, who makes Sydney feel seen, really seen, for the first time.

tmThe Messengers by Edward HoganWhen fifteen-year-old Frances is sent down to the coast to Helmstown, to live with her aunt, uncle and cousin, she meets and befriends Peter Kennedy, a somewhat tramp-like character who lives in a beach hut along the seafront. As soon as they meet, Peter recognizes that Frances is a messenger, just like him. As messengers, they experience black-outs, and when they come round, they have the ability to draw, in minute detail, the scene of an accident. Although Frances can’t change the past, she realises that she can change the future, at least for a chosen few.

More titles are listed at the “Read More” link below. (more…)