What Should 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.
- Teen Chick Lit Books that are girlie and great!
Recommended & Award Winning Books
Download digital magazines from zinio. Learn more here.
Download e-Books and e-audiobooks from OverDrive's Library To Go. Sign in with your library card number and PIN.
Download e-Books from enki electronic books. Sign in with your library card number and PIN.
NoveList answers the question: What should I read next? Log in with your library card number.
brainfuse HelpNow!: Live Tutoring, Homework Help, and Skill Building. Log in with your library card number. Generously supported by the Placer County Literacy Support Council.
Student Research Center Research tools for junior high and high school students. Sources include magazines, newspapers and encyclopedias. Log in with your library card number.
EbscoHost Magazine Research Databases and Index Find magazine articles and more. Log in with your library card number.
Gale Virtual Reference Library e-Book articles from trusted, authoritative reference works. Includes: Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, American Decades (includes Primary Sources such as speeches, scripts, and letters), Complete Human Diseases and Conditions, Encyclopedia of Global Warming, Countries and their Cultures, Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations, Worldmark Encyclopedia of the States. Password is your library card number.
2015 Teen Tech Week: March 8 - 14
Take it apart and wire it back together at the Auburn Library during Teen Tech Week, Tuesday, March 10 - Saturday, March 14. See the flyer for all the great events.
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 at the Rocklin Library, once a week in a one-on-one setting? Be a Reading Buddy! Go to the Volunteer Match website and register your interest in Reading Buddies.
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.