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New for Teens

The great thing about young adult literature is that it has mass appeal! Check out our newest young adult fiction and nonfiction titles.

Graphic Novels

Graphic Novels can be fiction, nonfiction, history, fantasy or anything in-between. Graphic novels are generally stand-alone stories with more complex plots than your typical comic book.

Notable books to read during Black History Month and beyond. This blog post includes fiction and nonfiction selections for adults, teens and children.

Continue Reading: Books to Read During Black History Month and Beyond

A new digital exhibit showcasing book reviews done by students in the 1960s with links to revisit these classics is now available on the Library website.

Continue Reading: Digital Exhibit Showcasing Teenage Views on Literature From the 1960s

We have sifted through some excellent offerings and are pleased to present the best books of 2018 for middle grade readers.

Continue Reading: 10 Best Books of 2018 for Middle Grade Readers

Events

The Art of Christ the King Elementary

Monday Feb. 18
All Day

Location: Sanger

Stop by Sanger during the month of February to enjoy art created by the students of Christ the King school.

Event Details for The Art of Christ the King Elementary

Sharing Your Migration Story

Monday Feb. 18
All Day

Location: Toledo Heights

Join with others by sharing your migration experience that continues to make our nation great!

Event Details for Sharing Your Migration Story

Glass Art by Brian Strancar

Monday Feb. 18
All Day

Location: Sanger

Brian Strancar's glass art will be featured at Sanger throughout the month of February.

Event Details for Glass Art by Brian Strancar

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