Manchester City Library Teens

Contact:
Amy Graves, Teen Librarian
(603) 624-6550 ext. 345
agraves@manchesternh.gov

Hours:
Monday   9:30am - 8:30pm
Tuesday   9:30am - 8:30pm
Wednesday   9:30am - 5:30pm
Thursday   9:30am - 8:30pm
Friday   9:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday   9:30am - 2:30pm

Location:
405 Pine Street, Manchester, NH 03104
(The teen area is located on the main floor, across from the circulation desk. Head left after you come in the front entrance.)

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Amy's Favorite Posts

yalsa-ttt:

Voting for the 2014 Teens’ Top Ten has officially begun! Have your teens vote for their favorite titles now through Teen Read Week (Oct 18)!

http://www.ala.org/yalsa/reads4teens/

(via yalsa-ttt)

wellslibrary:

 

If I Stay - the movie that is, which you probably already knew - premieres today!

Here are 19 books about teens who are dealing with grief, loss, and illness (and love). 

  • The Beginning of After
  • Me Since You
  • Heartbeat
  • The Summer of Letting Go
  • The Sky Is Everywhere
  • The Last Forever
  • When You Were Here
  • I’ll Give You the Sun (September 2014)
  • The Edge of Falling
  • In Honor
  • Saving Francesca
  • The Chance You Won’t Return
  • The Book of Broken Hearts
  • A Love Story Starring My Dead Best Friend
  • Maybe One Day
  • Winter Longing
  • Lovely, Dark, and Deep
  • Please Ignore Vera Dietz
  • The End or Something Like That

(via lanelibteens)

mage-cat:

hafuboti:

You can get the individual boxes here.

I hope I remember these exist come next summer.

(via lanelibteens)

noseinabook:

Books for fans of John Green. Read the full post here.

(via plainfieldlibrary)

Asker Anonymous Asks:
How do I get a library card for myself and my son? I am somewhat new to the area and would like to be able to take home books from the library for us to read. Is the library card still free? Is taking books home from the library still free also? Thank you!
mclteens mclteens Said:

Welcome to Manchester! We look forward to seeing you at the library. To answer your question, both getting a library card and checking out materials are free to anyone age 5+ who lives, works, attends school, or owns property in Manchester.

To get a card, bring your photo ID to one of our circulation desks and fill out a brief form to sign up. (Youth under 18 must come in with a parent.) If your ID does not have your current address on it, you will need to bring proof of residence, such as a lease agreement, vehicle registration, or utility bill dated within the past month.

For more information on our circulation policies, including what you can check out with your card, visit our website, email us at library@manchesternh.gov, or call us at (603)624-6550 and press “2” for the circulation department.

Hope to see you soon!

Asker Anonymous Asks:
How do I get the answer to my questions? Do I have to give you my e-mail address?
mclteens mclteens Said:

How would you like them answered?  If you think the question would benefit others and don’t mind watching this space, no email address is required.  If you prefer to receive a response directly, submit your question with an email address so we know how to contact you.  Hope that helps!

gaaaaaaaaaambit:

all the tracks from quill’s AWESOME MIX from guardians of the galaxy

[listen]

(via comixology)

Ketchup Clouds by Annabel Pitcher

In her letters to a death row inmate, Zoe confides the story of how she, like her addressee, has killed someone. We soon learn that the deceased is one of two brothers with whom she becomes romantically involved—but which one? As the story unfolds, it’s easy to understand how Zoe becomes entangled with the two boys, even if you don’t agree with all of her choices. You’ll want to know who she ultimately chooses, but there’s much more to the story than just a love triangle. You will feel for Zoe as she deals not only with her guilt, but with challenging and relatable family problems as well. She’s a fun narrator, even as she writes from underneath the weight of her grief.

My advice to you is not to flip to the back of the book to see how many pages it is (261! There, now you know!) because you will inadvertently learn which brother survives, and I, for one, would have preferred it to be a surprise.

Pick it up! It’s currently living on the new book shelves.

scholasticreadingclub:

thisisteen:

Share your love of young adult books this week!
Choose your color here!
Follow along May 19-23 for your daily dose of YA pride from some of our favorite authors and share your YA book recommendations using #IreadYA!

We read YA!

scholasticreadingclub:

thisisteen:

Share your love of young adult books this week!

Choose your color here!

Follow along May 19-23 for your daily dose of YA pride from some of our favorite authors and share your YA book recommendations using #IreadYA!

We read YA!

(via teenlibrariantoolbox)