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Teen Space Blog

A group of ten energetic, creative teens gathered at the library on a Monday night to build a cardboard world for our young patrons to explore and decorate.  Coming up with more ideas than we thought possible, they got right to work and transformed the room!  The room will be open for kids to exp

The P.O.E.M.

For the last few months, our Young Adult area has been a temporary Art Gallery for several high-school artists.  Now it's our middle-schoolers' turn!  The area has once again been transformed--this time with the bright colors of the 8th Grade Pop-Art Selfie project, and with individual artworks b

The Young Adult area has once again been transformed by the art of our Souhegan students!

This time, the Souhegan AP Art class was challenged to complete an assignment loosely based on the art of Sol Lewitt.  Come in and view the amazing results!

Read one of the spooky, spine-chilling books on display  in the Young Adult section of the library...but don't blame us if you can't sleep at night!

Find your selected title on a cart in the Young Adult area on the main floor. If you don’t see it on the cart simply place a hold on the title you’re looking for.

The teen program is off to a running start in the Young Adult area.  We're well on our way to having more registrations this year than we had last year---yay, teens!  With our raffle box already filling with "book bucks", next week we'll be pulling some names and calling the lucky winners of some

It's almost time!! Don't forget to come in and register for Summer Reading--the fun begins next week--Monday, June 20!  For details, see our Teen Summer Fun page here.

Our teen book group, the Popcorn-and-Oreo-Eating Monsters (or P.O.E.M.) has decided on a "group read" for this month.  Although we usually gather to talk about all of the different books we've been reading, this  month we're all going to read the same book-- Minrs

At the latest meeting of the Popcorn and Oreo-Eating Monsters (otherwise known as P.O.E.M.!!) we shared our opinions about the latest books we're all reading.