Saturday, December 10, 2016


Teen Services


News & Announcements

  • Landa Teens – Remembering Novembering
    Posted on 12/2/2016 04:22 PM by landalibraryteens.

    What a month!  We welcomed back a long time Teen Volunteer who just returned from studying abroad in Japan (!), showed off our Xbox skills, honed our poetry wordsmithery  for the annual Pegasus Poetry Competition – check out our blackout poetry board🙂 –  and leveled up our baking know-how (now with more vegan options!) with the most delicious of all sweets treats – the mighty cake pop


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Book Reviews

  • Parman Teen Book Review:”P.S. I like you” by Kasie West
    Posted on 11/22/2016 01:03 PM by parmanlibraryteens

           P.S. I Like You was my first Kasie West read, and I picked it up after reading many raving reviews and receiving countless recommendations. I was not disappointed; however, I did not enjoy it as much as I had hoped. This novel was highly entertaining, swoon-worthy, and absolutely adorable, yet unmemorable. Having finished this […] 
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  • Parman Teen Book Review: “Lock and KEy” by Sarah Dessen
    Posted on 11/8/2016 02:26 PM by parmanlibraryteens

    This was my third read by Sarah Dessen, and it only confirmed my love for her writing and characters. In Lock and Key, Dessen narrates the story of a teenager named Ruby who must learn to adjust to a new life with her older sister Cora and her loving husband Jamie after her mother abandons […] 
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  • Parman Teen Book Review:”The Wonder Trail: True Stories from Los Angeles to the End of the World” by Steve Hely
    Posted on 11/8/2016 01:06 PM by parmanlibraryteens

    I do not read much nonfiction, but the premise of this book intrigued me because 1) I love traveling and 2) I enjoy reading about others’ life experiences, especially regarding how the discovery of new cultures can alter the way one views the world. Hely’s book is perfect for individuals who fit in either category […] 
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  • Parman Teen Book Review: “Me before you” by JoJo Moyes
    Posted on 9/20/2016 04:20 PM by parmanlibraryteens

    Although Me Before You is a sweet, poignant novel that ponders the value of family, friends, and love, I still feel as though it is one of the most overrated books of all time. Personally, I’m quite cautious when reading a novel that is very popular, for I fear that I will not love it […] 
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  • Parman teen book review: “The Problem with forever” by Jennifer L. Armentrout
    Posted on 9/7/2016 02:34 PM by parmanlibraryteens

    The Problem with Forever is a meaningful and deeply moving contemporary novel that tackles some heavy topics – abuse, mental health counseling, and even death – beautifully. Even though this novel is a little long for a young adult novel, I flew through all 480 pages because the story was so captivating. The plot follows […] 
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  • Explora for High School - Explora for High School is designed especially for youth in grades 6-12 and serves as an interface for searching across multiple databases.
  • Kids Health - KidsHealth provides doctor-approved health information about children from before birth through adolescence. KidsHealth was created by The Nemours Foundation's Center for Children's Health Media and provides separate sites for parents, kids and teens.
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  • MAS Ultra School Edition - This comprehensive database, designed specifically for high school libraries, contains full text for more than 700 popular high school magazines.


All teen guides.