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books from the future - what could they be?

Books that will be amazing in the future

I have been lucky enough to get my hands on several advanced reader copies of soon-to-be-published teen books.  It is pretty awesome to have a book in your hands that no one else around you will have.  So here are some books that you should really be keeping an eye out for!

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Chat & Chew

Special programs are scheduled for teens every month at the Rensselaer Library during the school year. This program is free and open to all interested teens. All materials will be provided. Space is limited.

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Wheatfield Teen Book Club

Open to teens in grades 6-12, discussions planned for the 3rd or 4th Thursday every month, depending on how many weeks are in the month. Come and discuss books with fellow readers and discover other ways to connect to books you love, including food from books and activities pulled from the books you read.

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JCPL Homework Help

Links and guides to help students of all ages with lots of different subjects, from science and math to essay writing and basic study skills.

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Teens Only

Things to do at the library

DeMotte
Apr 16, (April 14-19)

This special event will be observed with random prize drawings and a coloring contest for children ages 3-11.  We are also launching a new service that will provide a variety of e-magazines for in-house use on the library's iPads.

Rensselaer
Apr 16,

Come on in and visit the Rensselaer Library.  We will have daily giveaways and also a coloring contest for ages 3-11. We will also be launching our in house iPad for viewing a variety of magazines.

DeMotte
Apr 17, (April 14-19)

This special event will be observed with random prize drawings and a coloring contest for children ages 3-11.  We are also launching a new service that will provide a variety of e-magazines for in-house use on the library's iPads.