All activities are offered FREE. If you're a teen looking for summer fun, we've got great events to offer. Make your library a regular summer destination.
Begin by publicising it; talk to teens in your library and local schools, use social media and produce attractive flyers too. Once the club gets going then give the kids control and listen to them, give them snacks. Make it fun and enjoy it yourself too!
Sometimes nobody showed up. Take time to get to know your teens and give control to the ones that are responsible enough to move the book club forward in a positive manner. It worked out great.
Ever wanted to start a teen book club at your library? Check out what several of us at The Hub have to say about ours! We of course have a lot of readers, so why not. They often suggest books to me and are happy to talk about books with one another and me.
Jump to navigation. Meet new friends, eat pizza and discuss a great book! Teens grades are invited to join the Teen Book Club.
Mt Roskill Library Every second Friday 4. Please note this event isn't held during school and public holidays. Mt Roskill Library.
Book clubs meet for 90 minute sessions to discuss a different book every month in an informal and relaxed setting. Print copies of the books are available one month before each meeting. Ask Library staff if you need help with digital or accessible formats.
Books read in Teen Book Club may contain mature content. Stop by the front desk, call or email askusSPL wccls. February Scytheby Neil Shusterman. Two teens must compete with each other to become a scythe--a position neither of them wants.
After all, who better to recommend a good book than a fellow teenager? Suggest a preliminary meeting where everyone can have a voice in deciding where and when to meet, as well as what types of books would go on the reading list. Step 2: Decide when and where… Take time to discuss with everyone and decide a suitable place and time to meet.
Are you a teenager who wants to get some of your friends together and read? You should be able to rent the meeting room for your group. You could also meet in a park, coffee shop, or other public space. I was able to purchase books per month through our library purchasing department, so this was easy for me.