Welcome to the Teen’s Page
The nominees for the Rhode Island Teen Book Award of 2021 have just been announced! Watch the video below for some book talks, RITBA edition!
Check out Tech Time, a volunteer organization run by university graduates and students that teaches middle and high school students various technology related skills online. Their courses are two weeks long, cover a variety of topics (including Team Game Development, Programming Fundamentals, Web Design, and Photoshop), and are entirely free for students. Click the link below to learn more!
Tumblebooks is offering access to their ebook and audiobook databases for FREE until August 31! Click the links below:
-gr 7-12 ebook database:
-all ages audio book database
Youth Services offers teens programs, services, and resources for young adults between grades six and twelve. The teen, or YA, collection includes chapter books, non-fiction books, graphic novels, audio books, playaways, and DVDs.
If you are looking for a book suggestion, please visit a youth services librarian or visit the Teen Book Suggestions. If you need assistance with a research topic, please visit a youth services librarian or visit the Teen Research Webpage.
If you want to learn a new skill, you can check out Universal Class. They offer courses on many different topics, from computers and technology to arts and crafts.