Teen or Young Adult services are provided for anyone in grades 6-12.
TBD Teen Book Club (Grades 9-12)
Join our book club run by and for teens! The club meets on the first Thursday of each month from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Contact Allen Jenkins to sign-up. Space is limited.
Teen Advisory Committee (TAC)
If you're interested in helping decide which programs and activities the library will have for teens, then join the advisory committee! You'll need to fill out the application and drop it off at the library or email it to Allen Jenkins.
Anime club is now back at the library (we used to meet at the Community Center). We meet the third Friday of the month from 6:30 to 8:30 pm in Room 119.
Our next meeting is on Friday, September 18. To join Anime Club email Allen Jenkins.
KTF Video Game Design Club
Video Game Design Club will meet every 2nd and 4th Friday from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. Due to growing interest in the program we are asking teens to register for each session. You can sign-up for the session on Friday, Sep. 25 by clicking here. For more information, or to register please email Allen Jenkins.
Open Play, library Minecraft computers will be set up for the children to build and play in the same world. Some experience with Minecraft is preferred. One Tuesday per month from 4-5 p.m. Must be 8 years or older.
Structures, build based on a monthly theme. Some experience with Minecraft is preferred. One Thursday per month from 4-5 p.m. Must be 8 years or older. Register here for Minecraft: Structures.
Teen Summer Reading Program
Great prizes and weekly programs and activities are scheduled all summer long. The theme for 2015 was "Unmask!" The theme for summer 2016 is "Get in the Game: Read!"
The Young Adult collection at Stillwater Public Library consists of fiction for both younger and older teens. There are books to appeal to a variety of interests-romance, mystery, humor, fantasy, sports, and more. We also have a growing collection of downloadable e-books and audio books featuring a special "room" that features titles just for teens. Check it out.
Award Books and Suggested Reading
- Oklahoma Sequoyah Book Award - These books are voted as best of the year by Oklahoma students.
- Hunger Games Read-Alikes - If you loved reading about Katniss Everdeen, try some of these great read-alikes.
- I'm With the Band - Love music? Read these novels about young adults and music, then listen to the suggested album that goes with each book.
- Michael L. Printz Award - This award honors excellence in literature written for young adults.
- William C. Morris Award - The Morris Award honors a book written for young adults by a first-time, previously unpublished author. The first award will be given in 2009.
- Margaret A. Edwards Award - The Edwards Award honors an author and a specific work for significant and lasting contribution to writing for teens.
- Alex Awards - The Alex Awards are given annually to ten books written for adults that have special appeal to young adults.
- Best Books for Young Adults - Through 2010, this list compiles the current years best books with proven or potential appeal to teens. Beginning 2011, this list evolved into the Best Fiction for Young Adults list.
- Teens' Top Ten - This list allows teens to choose their ten favorite books from a list of current titles nominated by teen book groups. Nominations are listed in April. Teens vote for their favorite books in August and September. The votes are tallied and YALSA names the Teens' Top Ten during Teen Read Week.
- Best Fiction for Young Adults - This list compiles the best fiction written for teens in the previous sixteen months.
- Outstanding Books for the College Bound - Updated every five years, this comprehensive list provides reading recommendations to students who plan to continue their education beyond high school. The most recent list was released in 2009.
- Books in a Series - Find out the books in a series and their order.
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