This page is for members of the Stow-Munroe Falls High School/Public Library Book Club to submit their reviews and nominations of YALSA Galleys and other 2015 book titles for Teens' Top Ten. Remember you can nominate any book published during 2015, not just the advance uncorrected proofs (galleys) being sent to us by publishers. Use this link:
There's still room for more players in our annual Lifesize Monopoly games for kids and teens, being held this Friday January 3rd.
Watch the Book, Read the Movie!
Join Teen Librarian Christina on Sunday afternoons to watch a recent movie based on a popular teen novel, and then discuss the book vs. the movie: which did you like better? How would you have filmed the book? Free popcorn! Copies of the next book in our series will be available at each club meeting for the first 15 teens who register at the Reference Desk or by calling (330) 688-3295 ext. 4; IF YOU JUST WISH TO WATCH THE MOVIE, NO REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY.
These programs will be held in the Stow-Munroe Falls Room and are cosponsored by the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library and the Friends of the Library.
Teen Read Week is Oct. 17-23, 2010.
This year’s theme, "Books With Beat @ your library®", encourages teens to read poetry, audiobooks, and books about music, not for school but just for the fun of it. Here’s a list of some "Books With Beat" available at the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library:
Stow's book quiz team defeated 4-time champs Twinsburg in a dramatic come from behind victory on the last question! Go team!
So, better late than never, we announce the winner of our Teen Summer Reading Grand Prize: Morgan Eisaman! Yaaaaaaay Morgan! Congratulations! Morgan won a $75 VISA giftcard from the Friends of the Library; she was our randomly chosen winner from all 1238 scratchoff tickets entered this summer. There were 253 teens who participated, and you guys read a total of 3714 books and graphic novels! Give yourselves a pat on the back! Have a great school year!
Teens entering grades 7-12 can enter the TEEN SUMMER READING PROGRAM "Unmask!" between June 8 and July 31. WIN PRIZES for reading books, magazines, graphic novels, or listening to audiobooks. Prizes include candy bars, free books, and giftcards for Books-A-Million, iTunes, GameStop and Chipotle! One lucky teen reader will win the GRAND PRIZE of a $75.00 VISA gift card!
If you're stuck at home this Spring Break and long to see warmer or more interesting places, why not check out some good teen books that are set in other states or on an island, or even another world? We've got a lot to choose from!
Congratulations to Maggie Harlin, Angelo Aristide, and Matt Reinhart, the winners of our "Like Us and Follow Us" Teen Read Week contest. They each won a giftcard to GameStop, courtesy of the Friends of the Library.
During TEEN READ WEEK: Oct. 12 through Oct. 18, 2014, every teen who “LIKES” the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library’s Teenspace page on Facebook, or “FOLLOWS” our SMFPL Teenspace Tumblr, or “FOLLOWS” our SMFPLTeens Instagram feed, will be entered into a prize drawing! We’re giving away 3 $10.00 giftcards to GAMESTOP!
It's time to make your voice heard, teen readers of Stow and Munroe Falls! Vote today for your favorite books nominated for the Buckeye Teen Book Award. Nominees this year include The Fault In Our Stars, Allegiant, and Clockwork Princess. Vote online or stop in the library to vote at our Buckeye Voting Kiosk in the Teen Area. Vote today, get your friends to vote, and tell the authors you love their books! Voting ends Nov. 10.
We've started an Instagram feed for photos of teen programs and info about upcoming teen happenings at the library. Check us out and follow us! "smfplteens" on Instagram.
The winning entries in our annual Amateur Photography Contest for adults and teens may be viewed in this online gallery.
Congratulations to Erica DeRosa for winning the $75 VISA giftcard Teen Summer Reading Grand Prize, and to Justin Dyer for winning the $25 giftcard for the Summer Photo Challenge. Prizes were provided by the Friends of the Library. We had 229 teens participate in the summer reading program, earning nearly 1,000 scratchoff tickets and reading 2,919 books this summer! Way to go everyone!