Quentin has always had a crush on the magnificent Margo Roth Spiegelman from a distance. Of course he would not expect her to climb into his bedroom window in the middle of the night, but she does. Margo was ready for an adventurous night and she needed Quentin to be her getaway driver. After their crazy night of getting revenge on their peers, Margo turns up missing. However, Quentin soon finds clues that might help him find Margo. Does Margo finally come back home or is she gone forever? Read this book before it comes out in theatres July 24th, 2015.
Summer + Reading = Prizes! Join our summer reading club, and e-mail or write short reviews about the books you read. Reporting starts on June 26 and ends on August 14. Last day to join the reading club is August 13.
Books can be on any topic, but they must be on your reading level. Any book from the T.R.A.C. (Teen Resource Activity Center) will be accepted. Reviews should be written on books you read during the vacation, not books you read during the school year. Two reviews will be accepted per day, and it may be written in English or Spanish. Reports will not be accepted on Sundays or holidays.
Callie cuts herself to feel pain. Now she is stuck in a residential treatment facility with other girls with problems that Callie can care less about. Callie does not want to speak to anyone and decides to stay silent. She is soon threathen that if she does not start speaking soon, they will kick her out. Will Callie be able to speak up or will cutting herself be the only way to relieve the pain?
Visit www.freeportlibrary.info/youth-services-27/young-adult to register for our 2015 Summer Programs! T. R.A.C. Talk welcomes those students in grades 7-12. Registration is necessary for all programs and is subject to availability. Online registration is now available for non-fee programs. You must register in person for those programs that have a fee. If a registered person is more than 10 minutes late the space will be given to a person from the waiting list. We hope to see you soon!
Molly was always close with Julia Donnelly and her family. She grew up with them and considered the Donnelly's as her second family. Sophomore year, Molly and Patrick (Julia's twin brother) started dating and were inseparable. Until one summer, Patrick got upset with Molly and broke up with her. Molly made a huge mistake that summer. She told her mother all about it, but it does not help when your mom is a famous writer and writes about your deepest secret. Will Patrick ever forgive Molly, or will Molly be stuck in a town where everyone hates her?
Sarah was one of the first African American students to attend a newly integrated school. She believed that her first day would not be so bad, but she was wrong. There were spit balls being thrown at her, pencils were jammed into her side, and awful racial slurs screamed at her for the next two months of her high school senior year. Forced to work with a white student on a school project, Sarah and Linda must confront harsh truths about race, power and how they really feel about one another.
Thursday May 21, 2015
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
In this fast-paced and enjoyable course, learn the skills to become a responsible and confident babysitter. You’ll learn about caring for infants and children (feeding, diapering, etc.); age-appropriate games and activities; life-saving skills and first aid; and interviewing for babysitting jobs. Please bring a doll with you on the day of the workshop.
Wacky Movie Wednesday
Wednesday April 29th
Do you like to watch movies? Then come sit back and relax as you watch some free movies that you will vote for. There will be a poster up in TRAC listing the three movies that you can vote for. Vote as many times as you want and the winner will be played on April 29.