Teen Read Week
Everyone has a story to tell. What’s yours?
Come to the library, and share your story for Teen Read Week 2017, October 8-14. This year’s theme is “Unleash Your Story,” and we’re celebrating Teen Read Week with fun activities just for teens.
What happens in the library after dark? The After Party is your chance to find out! Salem Church Branch and England Run Branch libraries invite area teens to walk our red carpet and celebrate Teen Read Week! Come hang with your friends, listen to music, make art, and watch movies while enjoying free food, goodie bags, and giveaways.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the Scariest Book Contest for Teen Read Week - there were some great titles nominated.
The chosen nominations were: It, by Stephen King; Unwind, by Neal Shusterman; Death Note series, by Tsugumi Ohba; The Devouring, by Simon Holt; and Lord Loss, by Darren Shan.
The winning title is It, by Stephen King! Prize winners will be notified by email...so be on the lookout. All the information regarding the prizes will be in the email.
You can find information about upcoming teen programs on the website, and don't forget about our teen Facebook page!
This year's Teen Read Week theme is "It Came From the Library" and we're celebrating with a "Scariest Book Contest" and Horror Movie Fright Nights!
What do you dare to...read? Scariest Book Contest
Oscar winners beware – we have some stiff competition here in Virginia! The results are finally in from our second Teen Video Contest, where teens created video trailers for their favorite books in celebration of Teen Read Week. From Markus Zusak’s The Book Thief and Angie Sage’s Magyk, to Cracker by Cynthia Kadohata, historical fiction and fantasy ruled the day. Our local teens made show-stopping trailers that are guaranteed to put them on track to the Academy Awards. Each video was creative and exciting, demonstrating that teen books are alive and well at the CRRL. Great job to all the filmmakers and actors!