Learn how to make a paper ninja star with Abby from the Kingston Public Library’s Youth Advisory Committee.
Join Ella from the Kingston Public Library’s Youth Advisory Council and learn how to make a swinging snail craft! What to join or find out more about YAC? Click here!
Kids Star Wars Day craft with Eme & Brook of the KPL Youth Advisory Council. MAY THE 4th BE WITH YOU!
Here is a review from Brook, age 14, for the book “Project 1065” by Alan Gratz:
“A very interesting historical fiction that kept me on the edge of my seat. It was exciting and I didn’t want to stop reading it. The challenges that Michael, the main character, went through were very well described and nicely worded throughout the book. I highly recommend it.”
“I have recently read the book called Girls Like Us, by Christina Alger, and I really enjoyed it. It is about a crime, a body that just got discovered, and the main character, Nell, tries to solve the crime, while discovering what happened to her dad, since her dad died three weeks before in a motorcycle accident.”
“I really enjoyed this book. I liked how it was its own independent story while in the Star Wars universe. There were also a lot of fun Easter eggs hidden within it.”
We’d love to hear about it! Please let us know what you have been reading, why you liked it and what is about. Just email Hannele: at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put your review up for other teens to enjoy. You can find more teen book reviews here.
Borrow and read free ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines from home. It’s easy to get started―all you need is a library card! Have your card ready and follow this link.