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Books listed are chosen to represent the wide world of literature. While there is something for everyone, not every title listed will be of interest to, or appropriate for, every reader. Check with your librarian for more suggestions.

Check out this booklist – one of our Books, Movies & More pages!


More Book Recommendations

Susan’s 2021 TeenTober Book List

Susan’s 2018 Teen Read Week Book Lists

Susan’s 2015 Teen Read Week Book List for High School

Susan’s 2015 Teen Read Week Book List for Middle School

Susan’s Teen Read Week Book List 2014

Best Fiction for Young Adults (American Library Association)

Best Books for Young Adults

Golden Sower Awards

Good Books for Giving, 2020 (includes books for children and adults)

>> See many more YA/Teen-related reading lists on BookGuide

 

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Teen Advisory Boards

Teen Advisory Board members

Creative teens advise library staff about materials, programs and services they would like to see in the library. This is your chance to make a difference! If you are interested in joining a Teen Advisory Board, please contact us at these e-mail addresses:

Homework Help

  • HelpNow for Homework provides free homework help, online tutoring, and preparation for standardized tests for students from kindergarten to adult in the areas of math, English, science, social studies, and more. Chat with a tutor through instant messaging from 2:00 PM to 11:00 PM, seven days a week, or submit your writing for review. Spanish-speaking tutors are also available. A video introduction to HelpNow for Homework is available here.
  • Our collection of Online Resources are excellent reliable sources of information on a wide range of subjects!
  • Don’t forget that our Librarians are just a phone call or e-mail away!

Teens

What’s Happening at the Library

Videos of our virtual special events for teens are available here!


Master of Minutes

Lincoln City Libraries is inviting all middle and high school-age students to take part in our Master of Minutes Teen Reading Challenge. It’s easy and you’ll have the chance to win lots of cool prizes.

Get Started: Go to the Beanstack page on our website and log in to your account or create an account. Staff is available to help you create an account. Pick up your coupon for a FREE Cookie Company cookie!*

Get Going: Log the time you spend reading or listening to books — even school assignments! For each hour you earn one ticket you can put into a raffle for one of the $50.00 prize packages. You have all of October and November to log your reading time. You’ll need to read 10 hours to complete the program.

Each package is worth $50.00:

Package #1 – Honest Abe’s and Gomez Art Supply
Package #2 – A Novel Idea Bookstore and Yia Yia’s Pizza
Package #3 – 48 Bowl and The Eatery
Package #4 – Urban Air Adventure Park and Runza
Package #5 – Francie and Finch Bookshop and Bahnwich Cafe

Keep Going: After you’ve read for 10 hours, you’re done! Your name will be entered into a drawing for an Amazon Fire HD-10 Tablet. But you can keep reading and earning tickets to increase your chance of winning a prize package.

All drawings will be done the first week in December and the winners will be contacted by phone or email.

What About the Bingo Sheet?
Expand your reading possibilities by completing the Bingo sheet — five across in any direction and you’ll earn FIVE extra tickets.

Need some suggestions for great reading? Check out Susan’s 2021 TeenTober Book List!

The Cookie Company [logo]*Thanks to the Cookie Company for donating these tasty treats!


Teen Treasure Troves

Teen Treasure TrovesUse this online form to indicate the type of books you want to receive. Staff will prepare a bundle of books and add puzzles or crafts. You can then pick them up at your designated library!

 


Lincoln Public Schools students can now check out Lincoln City Libraries’ eBooks and audiobooks using the Sora app. Here’s how!