So you think you have what it takes to defeat these guys? Sign up for the Great Scareback and test your skills. Signed permission slips are required. Pick them up in the Children’s Room. Admission is a non-perishable food item. Come scare if you dare!
The Young Adult Library Services Association is asking all teens to vote for their favorite books of 2019. Below is the link to see the nominees and vote for your top 3 choices. Voting is open until October 15th, so vote now. The Top Ten titles will be announced on October 16, 2019, so check back to see the winners! Vote YALSA Top Ten Teen Books 2019
The clown zombies are coming! Here are some tips to help you survive:
Zombies aren’t too smart. Even if you’re spotted by one, you can hide and they probably won’t be able to find you. They’re not patient either, so they’ll eventually give up and look for another brain to eat.
2. Wear a helmet!
Safety first. Zombies aren’t strong enough to bite through a helmet, and they’re not smart enough to undo the strap.
3. Pretend to be a zombie!
In case it wasn’t already clear, zombies are pretty dumb. If you do your best blank stare and shamble around, the zombies will think you’re one of them.
Teens having a blast at Karaoke Kraze.
Rule #1: No Crying
Rule #2: No Snitching
Rule #3: Get Revenge
These are the three rules taught to Will by his brother, who learned it from their father, who learned it from his brother, who learned it from their father. Will’s brother has been killed, shot dead, and Will is sure he knows who did it. But Rule # 2 and 3; no snitching and get revenge. The day after his brother is shot dead, Will gets into his buildings elevator, heading down to find the guy who killed his brother and get revenge. On the elevator ride down, ghosts from his past try and talk some sense into Will and he begins to question himself. Is he cut out for revenge and is he sure it was Riggs, his brother’s former friend, who killed him? Click here to reserve your copy of Long Way Down.