Posts Tagged: teens
Teenreads.com is offering a basket of 12 books + tasty holiday goodies to five lucky winners. To enter the contest, read a little bit from each book and tell Teenreads which book you’d most like to read from cover to cover.
Full contest details are available on the teenreads website.
Describe how an elected official demonstrated political courage in a 1000-word essay for a chance to win up to $5,000 and a trip to the awards ceremony in Boston. The deadline for this annual essay contest for high school students is January 12, 2008.
Learn more about the contest at the official website:
John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage
Sunday, November 18
in the Large Meeting Room
Teens sing a song, recite a poem, crack some jokes, tell a story or show a video. Or, bring your original artwork to display during the event. Don’t forget to bring your friends for support! Everyone is welcome to enjoy the free entertainment and refreshments.
Create a video review of your favorite book, movie, or album!
Tuesday, November 13
in the Board Room
Challenge Your Friends to DDR and Guitar Hero!
Monday, November 12
In the Large Meeting Room
The votes have been tabulated, so here is the ALA’s top ten list of recent fiction for teens:
Visit the Teen Read Week website to read more about this annual list.
November is national novel writing month!
Learn more about it at the NaNoWriMo website. The goal is to write a 175 page (50,000 words) novel by the end of the month. Sign up for the challenge, or read and comment on the writers’ efforts.