CIDL: For Teens

Here at the Clarkston Independence District Library, we offer free wifi and ample seating for after school study sessions. No computer? No problem! With your library card, you have access to our teen computers, complete with inexpensive printing. Not to mention our extensive collection of books, audiobooks, graphic novels, comics and manga, and our frequent teen programs and volunteer opportunities. Come on in and check us out! Questions? Contact Alexa Lalejini at: lalejinia@cidlibrary.org

 

2018 Thumbs Up! Award

Help teens around the state of Michigan pick the best YA book of 2017!  The librarians in Michigan have narrowed your choices down to ten!  Follow the link below and vote for your favorite!  We’ll let you know when the winner is chosen!

 
Teen Vote Open Through May 31

 

Upcoming Events:
 

Teen and Youth Services Librarian

Alexa Lalejini

Email: lalejinia@cidlibrary.org

Phone: (248)625-2212

 

teen lead

Teens! We Need Your Help!

Need for service hours? Looking for a fun group to join after school? Why not join Teen LEAD! Here are all the resources you need to get started including an application, and our schedule! We hope to see you there!

Learn More About Teen LEAD
Teen Art Show

Teen Art Show

The Imagine That! Teen Art Show is an opportunity for all teens to show off their favorite pieces of art! Join us, for this annual event which features refreshments and a gallery-style showing of all the artwork of our community's talented teens.

Creative Coding Adventures

Creative Coding Adventures

Learn all about our programming workshop, Creative Coding Adventures! 

Teen Art Show

Teen Resources

Need homework help? Working on a research paper? Click here for a list of resources to help you survive, and thrive, this school year!

CIDL Youth Services Blog
Recomendations

Your Recommendations

Have a book you're just dying to see in our library? Send your recommendation to our Teen Librarian here, and help expand our catalog! 

April's Book Recommendation-Love, Hate and Other Filters by Samira Ahmed

This was one of my first reads of 2018 and I keep thinking about it! Maya is living in the suburbs of Chicago planning to go to film school in NYC when a terrorist attack hundreds of miles away throws her town into a panic because the terrorist shares her last name. Everyone around her seems to be shifting, and there is an older Muslim boy who she begins to date and is liked by her parents, but there’s also a white boy she grew up with that has finally seemed to notice her. Filled with romance and a little bit of suspense this is an #ownvoices debut you won’t want to miss!  Click the book to see it on our catalog!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alexa Lalejini, Teen Services Librarian

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