Teen Services

Which author would you most like to meet?

Meg Cabot - (11) 14%
Anthony Horowitz - (4) 5%
Erin Hunter - (3) 4%
Darren Shan - (7) 9%
Stephenie Meyer - (39) 51%
Christopher Paolini - (12) 16%
Total votes: 76

Which upcoming movie are you most looking forward to seeing?

Star Trek - (11) 21%
Night At The Museum 2 - (11) 21%
Inkheart - (11) 21%
Transformers 2 - (12) 23%
Wolverine: Origin - (7) 13%
Total votes: 52

Video Games

The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library circulates console videogames in 6 formats for adult, teen and juvenile patrons. The titles include games rated "E for Everyone", "T for Teen," and "M for Mature". LIBRARY USERS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST HAVE A PARENT SIGN A VIDEOGAME PERMISSION FORM IN PERSON AT THE FRONT DESK BEFORE CHECKING OUT THEIR FIRST GAME.

Teen Booklist

  • Teen Read Week

    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:

  • Teens Create Music

    Rock band

    Teens don't forget:

    Karaoke Party - July 7th

    Battle of the Bands - entries begin July 6th

    • Online registration form
    • Qualifying Concert : Saturday August 8th
    • Battle of the Bands: Saturday, August 22nd at HUDSON Library
  • Teens' Top Ten Galley Reviews

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    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 2018 book titles for Teens' Top Ten. Remember you can nominate any book published during 2018, not just the advance uncorrected proofs (galleys) being sent to us by publishers.

  • Video Games

    The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library circulates console videogames in 6 formats for adult, teen and juvenile patrons. The titles include games rated "E for Everyone", "T for Teen," and "M for Mature". LIBRARY USERS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST HAVE A PARENT SIGN A VIDEOGAME PERMISSION FORM IN PERSON AT THE FRONT DESK BEFORE CHECKING OUT THEIR FIRST GAME.

  • What type of books do you like to read?

    Anime - (1) 11%
    Biographies - (0) 0%
    Comic - (2) 22%
    Fantasy - (4) 44%
    History - (1) 11%
    Mystery - (1) 11%
    Non-Fiction - (0) 0%
    Total votes: 9
  • What's your favorite thing to do on a snowy winter weekend?

    Go skiing or snowboarding - (5) 8%
    Go sledriding - (8) 13%
    Go ice skating - (3) 5%
    Stay inside and read a book - (25) 42%
    Stay inside and play a video game - (10) 17%
    Go to the movies - (2) 3%
    Go hiking in the snowy woods - (3) 5%
    Something completely different than any of these things - (4) 7%
    Total votes: 60
  • Which author would you most like to meet?

    Meg Cabot - (11) 14%
    Anthony Horowitz - (4) 5%
    Erin Hunter - (3) 4%
    Darren Shan - (7) 9%
    Stephenie Meyer - (39) 51%
    Christopher Paolini - (12) 16%
    Total votes: 76
  • Which book or book series would you most like to see made into a movie?

  • Which upcoming movie are you most looking forward to seeing?

    Star Trek - (11) 21%
    Night At The Museum 2 - (11) 21%
    Inkheart - (11) 21%
    Transformers 2 - (12) 23%
    Wolverine: Origin - (7) 13%
    Total votes: 52
  • Winners of our First Teen Photo Contest

    Categories

    • Flowers
    • Animals
    • Altered
    • People
    • Places
    • Still Life

National Teen Help Resources

  • Abuse, Rape, Incest Hotline: 1- 800-656-HOPE
  • Bulimia/Anorexia Hotline:  1-800-227-4785
  • Child Abuse Hotline:  1-800-4-A-CHILD
  • Covenant House Crisis Line:  1-800-999-9999
  • Domestic Violence Hotline:  1-800-799-SAFE
  • National Dating Abuse Helpline: 1-866-331-9474
  • National Runaway Switchboard:  1-800-621-4000
  • National Suicide Hotline:  1-800-SUICIDE
  • Peer Violence Hotline:  1-87-REPORT-IT
  • Young and Pregnant Hotline:  1-800-550-4900
  • Youth Depression Hotl

Local Teen Health Resources

  • Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline (Children Services): 330-379-1880
  • Pregnancy Support Centers: 1-800-395-HELP (4357)
  • 24-Hour Rape Crisis Line: (330) 434-7273 or 1-877-906-7273 (YWCA of Summit County)

What type of books do you like to read?

Anime - (1) 11%
Biographies - (0) 0%
Comic - (2) 22%
Fantasy - (4) 44%
History - (1) 11%
Mystery - (1) 11%
Non-Fiction - (0) 0%
Total votes: 9

Reading And Writing Festival

Sponsored by the Six District Educational Compact, the Festival takes place at Kent State University in May every year for 7th and 8th grade students from local schools. The 2018 Festival will be held on Tuesday May 1, 2018, with featured author Patrick Carman. Students will get to meet the guest author and participate in sessions involving book cover art, drama, poetry, and various writing contests, all pertaining to the Festival Books. Students also have the opportunity to meet and interact with professional storyteller and author Kevin Cordi, and bestselling author Cinda Williams Chima, who each lead workshop sessions during the Festival. See bottom of page for contact info and Festival details.

Patrick CarmanPatrick Carman

Mr. Carman is the award-winning author of many books for teens and children, including Pulse, The Atherton trilogy, the Skeleton Creek series, books in the 39 Clues series and Voyagers series, Trackers, and many more. Visit his website for more information about his books and his life as a writer: www.patrickcarman.com He can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @patrickcarman

Learn more about the Festival book authors by clicking on their names below. All of the Festival books are available at the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library (click on a book cover picture to go to our catalog for each book) and at other local public libraries, as well as at your school library.

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