So you’re on the hunt for your next great read … or you’ve got time to kill … or you’ve got a book report due Monday. Below you’ll find lists of books to help you find your next favorite book!
What Shall I Read Next?
- Guys Read (booklist) -Books for guys that other guys have liked. Visit the website Guys Read for even more guy reads.
- Teen STEAM Fun fiction that explores Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.
- Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Fans
- Dying, Death and the Undead Fans
- The Kite Runner Fans
- Twilight Series Fans
- Harry Potter Fans
- Best Fiction for Young Adults: find good quality fiction for teens here.
- Quick Picks for Reluctant Teen Readers Not a big reader? Try these page-turners!
- Popular Paperbacks for Teens Four new categories every year – check out the lists from past years, too!
- Alex Awards Ten books published for adults every year that may appeal to mature teens.
- Printz Award These award-winners honor teen books exemplifying literary excellence.
- Outstanding Books for the College Bound Look closer at the world we live in with these books, which include fiction, non-fiction, poetry, biography, and drama.
Teen Book Links
Teens & Tweens: Get your game on in the Auburn Library community room, Fridays from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Play video games on the BIG SCREEN. Featuring Xbox 360 and PS3. Call the Auburn Library or email: Monica at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Be a Reading Buddy
Calling all Teens, ages 14-17: Would you like to read to children once a week in a one-on-one setting? Be a Reading Buddy! The next Volunteer Orientation for this program is to be announced. Stay tuned for more information, or call the Rocklin Library.
Teen Advisory Group (TAG)
Join the Teen Advisory Group at the Rocklin Library. Fill out an application at the Rocklin Library Service Desk on either the 1st or 2nd floor. What does a TAG member do?
- Offer ideas about the look of the Teen Area
- Help select books and media for the library's collection
- Help plan programs and events for teens
- Work with others in a team setting
- Attend and participate in regular meetings of the TAG
- Get community service hours for participation!
Writing & Reciting: Healing Through Written and Spoken Word
Free Movies at the Auburn Library
The Silver Screen Classic Movies film series shows mostly black & white movies on real 16mm projectors. 3 viewings on the monthly movie day, which is usually the first Saturday of the month. Check the Silver Screen website for updated information.