The Teen Loft

The Teen Loft is a  learning space that connects young adults, ages 10-18, with books, media, mentors, and the community. Through programs and services it is a safe place designed to inspire teens to develop their learning. Knowledgeable staff help connect teens to their academic or career related interests or to further a hobby.

This library space for teens and preteens is a natural progression from the Spangler library located on the first floor. Youth can participate in engaging group visits during the school day while also coming to see a Children’s Theatre performance! Teens can get homework help, hang out with friends, use computers, and develop new skills. A large collection of popular fiction for young adults can be found here. Online tutoring as well as access to ebooks and online databases are additional resources for teens in the Loft.

Teen Programs & Classes:

Loft resources include all this and more:

  • New fiction, graphic novels and comics, magazines
  • Updated technology including 3D printing and vinyl cutting
  • Engaging programs and activities that focus on literacy, workforce development, and educational success
  • Knowledgeable staff to help guide and assist visitors
  • Wi-Fi throughout the building and rentable Wi-Fi Hotspots
  • Leadership opportunities through our VolunTeen program

 

Calendar

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Teen Book Review - Wildwood by Colin Meloy

Wildwood Book Review

Author: Colin Meloy

Book Borrowed From North Carolina Kids Digital Library

Reviewed by Reid B

Teen Book Review - The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank.

Book Review by Maya B.    I thought The Diary of a Young Girl was an excellent read. I would rate the book 5 stars. I started the book when I was younger and I didn’t like it as much. Now that I’m older, I thoroughly enjoyed the book. The people were very enjoyable and I always like when Mrs. van Daan had to complain about something. Her defenses and complaints may have been annoying to the people living in the Annex, but to me they were very funny.   
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