“Jack’s gone now and there was no time to say goodbye. To share one last smile, a final kiss. I’ll never see him again.” The Best Lies by Sara Lyu weaves the past and the present of seventeen-year-old Remy Tsai.
Looking to explore a world in culinary arts? Mountain View Regional Library’s Explorations in Flavor: Cooking for Tweens and Teens meets virtually once a month to help build confidence in the kitchen. We explore ingredients, learn recipes, and create memorable
Cobb County Public Library has partnered with Keep Cobb Beautiful to present a new tween/teen fall series on trees and forests, and their wider effect on ecosystems and people. This virtual program is a four-part series starting on Monday, September
Registration has opened up for Stratton Library’s Girls Who Code program. The coding program starts virtually on Saturday, August 15 and meets every Saturday from 1 pm – 3 pm through December 12. The computer science club is geared towards
Did you know that Cobb County Public Library has an online book club for teens? Book Haters Book Club meets virtually twice monthly. The next meet is on Tuesday, July 14 from 4 pm – 5 pm. This book club,
Update: All appointment spaces are full for the upcoming Vision To Learn visits in July at the North Cobb, South Cobb, Gritters and Sibley libraries. The Vision To Learn mobile clinic will visit Cobb County Public Libraries on 13 dates
The #StayAtHomeSafety Twitter Chat hosted by @PreventChildInj is Wednesday at 4 pm. EST Injury Prevention Research Center at Emory (IPRCE) and experts across the US are promoting the event featuring discussions on health and safety in the middle of the
Make yourself available to listen and to talk. Remain calm and reassuring. Avoid language that might blame others and lead to stigma. Pay attention to what children see or hear. Guidance for how to talk to children about COVID-19 is