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Teen Tech Week is when libraries make the time to showcase all of the great digital resources and services that are available to help teens succeed in school and prepare for college and 21st century careers.

Celebrate the next Teen Tech Week with the theme “Be the Source of Change,” March 5-11, 2017.

This year’s theme encourages teens to take advantage of all the great digital resources offered through the library to make a positive change in their life and community. [from ala.org/teentechweek]


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Look what we found in the stacks this afternoon!

Incredible.

My heart just melted.



currently reading: Wayfarer by Alexandra Bracken

I’m a big fan of Passenger and I’ve been chomping at the bit to read the sequel and I finally got it and I was so excited and it was…a bit lackluster for me. I think this is my fault and not the book’s. The plot is intricate and smart, the characters are human. But I wasn’t expecting the level of politics I was confronted with, and there were a lot of depressing scenarios. Like I said, that’s not what I needed at the moment so this is my problem and not the book’s.

Still. I loved the ending 1000% more than the ending for the Tearling series. So there’s that.

 

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Upcoming Events – Cobb County Public Library System

Dream · Dare · Discover

Are you a teenager who needs to earn community service hours? Learn how you can become a teen library volunteer. Ages: 15 to 17 years. By Appointment Only.
Intended for grades 6th – 12th WHAT ARE Girls Who Code CLUBS?     Free – After school or weekend computer science classes that meet during the academic year. Who – Clubs are open for girls in 6th-12th grade. Where –
Are you a little less Y(oung), and a little more A(dult), but still young at heart? You’re never too old to enjoy Young Adult novels!  Come have a snack, and discuss a different Young Adult book the 4th Monday of each
Young patrons and their families are encouraged to have fun and use their creativity to create, build, and explore with LEGOs!
Enjoy family time at Acworth Library where we will have board games, puzzles and card games available to play. We will also have creative coloring sheets available for artists interested in advanced coloring. Feel free to bring your favorite board

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