Books, Movies & Music

What is your fictional place? Survey Says -

Teen responses to the survey

Hogwarts "home sweet home" Foxfire Academy Narnia "The place where microsoft was mad" Middle Earth Panem Uglyville Camp Halfblood

Nat'l Novel Writing Month is Coming - Nov. 1

http://nanowrimo.org/

Receive online encouragement from staff and published authors. Get ready to -Write - write - write!

Teens Top Ten Read & Vote

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YALSA's Teens' Top Ten! Teens ages 12-18 are eligible to participate in the voting process and will be able to vote for up to three of their favorite titles from the list of 25 nominated titles.

Teen Review: Rilla of Ingleside

"L.M. Montgomery's Rilla of Ingleside is a different and more personal take on World War I. The imagery and writing style have a beautiful, old-fashioned tone to them that we rarely see nowadays. I would recommend reading the other eight books in the Anne of Green Gables series first to get more or a perspective, but it can be read as a stand alone as well."

To find a copy of Rilla of Ingleside, click here!

To find a copy of the Anne of Green Gables series, click here

Meet author Ransom Riggs!

Join us for a creepy, strange, eccentric evening with bestselling author, Ransom RiggsMiss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children was THE surprise best seller of 2011 -- an unprecedented mix of YA fantasy & vintage photography that enthralled readers. The second novel, Hollow City, begins in 1940, immediately after the first book ended. 

Mon. January 20, 6:30 pm

Hardesty Regional Library

Doors open at 6 pm

The presentation will be followed by a book signing.

Barnes & Noble will sell copies of both books.

Request a library copy of the first book here, and the second book here

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