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37 teens braved the construction to vote in our annual Teen Choice Awards. Their ballots have been counted, and here are the winners in each category.
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Best Video Game:
Call of Duty
Best Movie (tie):
Best TV Show:
Pretty Little Liars
Best Music Video:
Gangnam Style by Psy
Best Musical Artist:
Best Song, Movie, TV Show and Music Video were selected by a straight count of the popular vote. In the case of Video Games, votes for specific editions of a particular game (ie. 1 for Just Dance 3, 1 for Just Dance 4) were combined (2 for Just Dance) . The Musical Artist category was chosen by combining the votes for best song and best music video.
Win prizes! Submit up to 6 of your best poems to our annual contest to celebrate National Poetry Month.
To enter you must reside in Northern Illinois and be between 10 and 18 years old as of the deadline: April 21, 2013.
Please include your name, age, address, phone number, name of your school and library card number.
Winning poems will be printed in a booklet and displayed prominently in the library.
Download the official flyer with complete rules here.
Questions? Email Teen Librarian Donna Block at email@example.com.
Our March-long Scavenger Hunt has begun! Five codes, just like the one pictured here, have been posted around the library. Pick up a scorecard from the Reference or AV desk, and use the codes to answer the five questions it asks you. Don’t have a phone or other device that can scan the codes? Follow the bit.ly link (in bright orange text) instead.
Turn in your completed scorecard for a small prize and an entry in our prize drawing. Fresh codes will be posted each Friday, so you can play four times.
While you’re at the library, be sure to vote in our annual Teen Choice Awards, as well. Get all the details and a ballot from one of the desks.
It’s time for the Niles Public Library’s annual Teen Read Week Art Contest! Your original header art could decorate the library and our blog. Art may be done in a variety of media – including digital – and must fit the dimensions of the blog header above (700 x 225 pixels).
First place will also win a $50 gift card! To enter you must be between ages 12 and 18 as of October 26, 2012. Entries will be judged by the library’s teen advisory board. Submit your art at the A/V or Reference desks, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Contact the library at 847-663-6434 or email@example.com.
Can’t get enough of the Hunger Games?
Re-read the entire series, or read it for the first time. Check out one of our Sony Readers, which contain the Hunger Games trilogy plus 20 other great books!
Click here to get more details on our Sony Readers.
Visit the Reference Desk on the 2nd floor of the library to test and check out one of the ereaders.
Hungry for lamb stew or other foods from the books and movie? We also have an Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook that you can check out.
Writing a report for school? Check out The Hunger Games Companion and The Girl Who Was On Fire for critical analysis of the series.
Finally, for photos of the movies’ stars, take a look at The Official Illustrated Movie Companion and The World of the Hunger Games.
Thinking about college? Struggling to decide on a major or save for tuition? These two upcoming programs are designed to help!
College Planning Workshop
When: March 13, 7-8:30pm
Where: Large Meeting Room, 6960 W. Oakton, Niles
Get help picking a college that will give the best financial aid package, learn what steps to take to ensure the best prospects for admission and maximum financial aid and pick up key strategies for paying for college even when you don’t qualify for financial aid.
Career Vision Start Early – Start Smart When: March 20, 7-8pm
Where: Meeting Room B, 6960 W. Oakton, Niles
Learn what you need to know about making good academic and career choices before choosing a college. Find out why early career planning is important and four great steps for making college major and career decisions. Career Vision is part of a not-for-profit foundation.
Teen Tech Week:
March 4 – 10
Join us for three great programs!
Geek Olympics Sunday March 4, 2-4pm
Compete for fun and prizes in a search engine battle, make a meme, hack a website, create a digital bulletin board and invent an unbreakable password.
Open Gaming Friday March 9, 4-6pm
Challenge friends to Xbox, Wii and PS2 games on our big screens. Play any of the games available at the library or bring in your own.
Skype with an Artist Saturday March 10, 2-3:30pm
Manga fans will have the opportunity to Skype with the famous graphic artist Svetlana Chmakova.
Also, Vote in Our Fifth Annual Teen Choice Awards now through March 31!
Teens can vote for their favorite movie, video game, song and more!
Visit the reference or fiction desks to pick up a ballot. Everyone who votes gets a small prize and an entry in our grab bag prize raffle.
Results will be posted in early April.