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Intro to Civic Engagement Starter Set for Tweens, Teens, and Young Adults by Amanda Young, Library Teens Specialist

October 23, 2020

Amanda, library teens specialist, has put together an intro to civic engagement starter set for tweens, teens, and young adults! Voting Rights   One Person, No Vote: How Not All Voters are Treated Equally by Carol Anderson, with Tonya Bolden YA 324.6 AND Ages 12 – 14 In her New York Times bestseller White Rage, […]

Pop-Up Book Trail

October 23, 2020

Need a family activity this Sunday? In a special one-day pop-up book trail, take the whole family to the outdoor Nath Sculpture Garden at the Art Museum of WVU anytime between 12:30pm and 6:00pm this Sunday! Read through an entire story as you take in the art and outdoors. This month’s book is “The Word […]

‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Club

October 15, 2020

Register TODAY: Join us for our first virtual gathering of the 2020-2021 Choose Your Own Adventure Book Club (Ages 8-13) on Facebook Live with Ms. Bonnie this Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 6 PM (! Visit new places and attempt new things. Each month we’ll read a book in the series until May next […]

Teen Fandom Support Group

October 8, 2020

Teen fans of Minecraft! Join us for our second gathering of our Teen Fandom Support Group and this month we’ll be sharing our love of Minecraft over Zoom on October 15th at 4:30pm. The plan is to meet on Zoom, however, we may organize an impromptu gathering on Minecraft so we can all play together. […]

Fact Checking Fiction: Haunted History Recommendations by Nathan

October 7, 2020

I’m not a huge fan of nonfiction, but I love learning about history. So, when I want to learn more about a historical topic, I try to find historical fiction books related to it that I can fact check with nonfiction sources as I go along. I generally try to find books that provide new, […]