National Library Week - April 13 - 19
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Check our catalog for : Hex Hall
After attempting a love spell gone wrong, teen witch Sophie has been banished to Hecate Hall (aka Hex Hall). Hex Hall is a reform school for teens of various supernatural backgrounds. Sophie doesn’t exactly make the best impression on the first day of her new school. She makes an enemy of 3 powerful witches, develops a crush on a warlock and discovers her vampire roommate is the most hated girl on campus. Could it be any worse? Hex Hall is a great choice for teens looking for another book to read in the paranormal genre!
Interested in learning more about henna design?
Hiral Henna will be here on Tuesday, July 13th at 2:00 pm to talk to teens about henna design. Teens w
ill learn about the history, traditions and the current use of henna. Each participant will also leave with a small henna design done by Hiral. Class size limited to 15 teens, so register now!
The class will be held in the Main Library's community room. Register by calling the Adult Reference Desk at 248-618-7693.
Looking for something to do this summer? How about taking part in our Teen Summer Reading program? Stop by the Main or Branch library to pick up a bag of goodies and you're ready to begin!
- The program runs from June 21st to August 9th. This packet contains a registration card, raffle tickets, information about our summer programs and booklists for reading ideas.
- For every book you read, fill out a raffle ticket and place in the box in the Teen area. You may also fill out the forms and submit them online at:
http://waterford.lib.mi.us/content/teen-summer-reading-program-2010-form Read more
If you don't want to wait for a copy of The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner,
Stephenie Meyer is offering her fans the chance to read the book online for free!
The site will be live beginning June 7th until July 5th. Happy reading!
The American Red Cross will be here on Saturday, June 19th to present a babysitting workshop for teens 11-15. The class will run from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm and will be held in the Main Library's Community room. Teens will also need to bring a sack lunch.
- Cost is $25 which includes a training manual and babysitter first aid and safety kit.
Call the Adult Reference Desk at 248-618-7693 to sign up for this program!
THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL.
Place your request for the upcoming novella by Stephenie Meyer!
If you haven't heard, The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner is the story of Bree Tanner, a character that first appeared in Eclipse. Check out more info on Stephenie's website.
The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner is out on June 5th!
It's here! Place your hold now for New Moon on DVD.
While you're waiting for the next installment of Melissa Marr's Wicked Lovely series, check out Harper Teen's website for a FREE short story set in the world of Wicked Lovely.
Scholastic Press has revealed the title and cover for the last book in the Hunger Games series!
Can we wait until August 24th?
Check our catalog for: Nanny Returns
It's 10 years later and Nan is back in New York after living abroad with her husband Ryan (aka Harvard Hottie). She's trying to get her consulting business off the ground and dealing with the renovations on the apartment they purchased upon returning to the city. Ryan has started pressuring her to start a family, but Nan isn't sure it is something she wants. When Grayer X, her former charge, shows up on her doorstep needing her help, she realizes she still feels guilty after all these years for leaving him. As much as she doesn't want to, she finds herself getting sucked back into the X family drama. If you find yourself forgetting what happened in the first book, the authors have a great refresher on their website!