Teen Advisory Board meetings take place once a month September through May at each of the libraries in Monroe County. New members are always welcome! Click here for all the info.
Young Adult Services
Associated Libraries of Monroe County
Mary Ann Lewis
Eastern Monroe Public Library
1002 North Ninth St.
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
to the Teen Page for the Associated Libraries of Monroe County. Visitors
can find information about Young Adult Services for Barrett Paradise Friendly
Library, Clymer Library, Eastern Monroe
Public Library, Pocono Mountain Public Library, and Western
Pocono Community Library.
site is a work in progress; please be patient while we gradually grow
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Teen Library Literary Magazine!
Issue 1, June '08
Issue 2, September '09
A dedicated group of Teen Advisory Board
members from each of the libraries in the county publish
a 'zine--a homemade online magazine featuring writing and
artwork by area teens. Send us your work! If you'd like
to submit your original poetry, short stories, book reviews,
essays, drawings, photos, etc. to the 'zine, click
here for guidelines for submission.
Check back later to see when the
next Zine planning meeting will be. New members
are always welcome.
Click here to sign up for e-mail notices about meetings.
the freedom to read!
To Kill a Mockingbird,
by Harper Lee
Challenge Reading Competition!
to Readioactive, our terrific public libraries
team! We only had six team members this year, but they held their own against larger teams and did a fantastic job
at the Spring Challenge Reading Competition held at
Easton Area High School on April 29. Our team members came from Barrett Paradise Friendly, Clymer, &
Eastern Monroe Public Libraries.
They read a lot (from a list of 45 books) to prepare
for the competition and did a great job answering some
very difficult questions! Congratulations also to the
other Teen Advisory Board members who competed on their
schools' teams--everyone should be proud of the time,
effort, and enthusiasm that goes into this event!
Libraries of Monroe County team is the only team from
public libraries. All the other teams are from area
high schools. The competition is open to students in
grades 9-12. We'll start forming our 2015 team in the
fall; come to the Teen Advisory Board meetings for info on how and when to sign
team needs to be familiar with the books on the reading
list--a total of 45 books! Click on the link below to see the 2015 list. The teams compete against
each other in quiz show format.
Reading list for the Spring Challenge Reading Competition (High School) 2015!
Click here to find out your Tribute name and how you fared in the Hunger Games.
Want more? Click here to play Trial by Fire and Tribute Trials on Scholastic's Web site.
May the odds be ever in your favor.
Book Series Help!
What comes next? Which was first? Check out this awesome database of series & sequels. Search by author, book title, series title, or subject.
Check out the terrific programs available at Monroe County Youth Employment Service!
How much do you really know about Internet safety? Check
out the info for teens at Netsmartz.org
Protect Kids Online is designed
for parents, but is very informative for teens, too. Take
involved in your community! Check out Youth Infusion, a great opportunity for teens!