Teen

Tweens and teens be sure to check out the “Summer Reading” tab and register for the Summer Reading program!


NEW

NEW! 🆕📣New to our collection! We have a new selection of Nintendo Switch games and board games! Stop by the library to check one out or place an order using the online catalog.

Programs


Curbside Crafts

Halloween Chemistry Experiment: Tuesday, October 26 from 10:00am- 8:00pm. Stop by the library to pick up a chemistry experiment. Kits will be located outside while supplies last. No registration needed.


Summer Reading “Tails and Tales” Gallery


New Release Books


Be sure to check out Allegheny County’s eLibrary site for eBooks, audio books, digital magazines, homework help & databases. Below are a few resources available for teens:

Tutor.com: Live Homework Help: Get online help from real tutors every day from 12 pm to 12 am! Live Homework Help offers online tutoring for grades K to 12 and college level students in English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Non-traditional students and adult learners can take advantage of essay writing, skills building, GED prep and other tutoring services designed specifically for adults. To find out how it works, sign up for an account and click their “Check out our FAQs” link.

Mango Languages: An online language-learning system teaching actual conversation skills for a wide variety of languages. Languages available include: Spanish, French, English, Japanese, German, Italian, Korean, Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Russian and more!

OverDrive for Teens: Browse or search ONLY the TEEN titles available from OverDrive. Like the main site, which still includes all of the teens’ materials, the OverDrive for Teens page includes ebooks, eaudio and some evideos too. Download content for offline use.

Infotrac Student Edition: Designed for high school students, this database provides articles and reference books that cover a wide range of subjects and research topics, ranging from history to literature to political science.