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Teen Read Week October 10-15

Posted on October 07, 2016 at 1:36 PM

For Grades 6-12.  The library has several events planned to celebrate Teen Read Week!  This year the theme is "Read for the Fun of It!"

On Monday, October 10 from 5:00-8:00 pm you can wash away your fines or earn a free book of your choice by volunteering to wash books at the library.  For every hour that you wash books you can take $12 off of your library fine!  Don't have any fines? Great! You can still was books and receive a free book of your choice valued at $12 or less for every hour and half that you volunteer.  That's up to $36.00 off of your fine or two free books and you'll even get to enjoy a tasty treat while you volunteer.

On Friday, October 14 from 5:30-7:30 join us for a Fall Party that will get you excited for the changing of the leaves, pumpkins, and ghosts! There will be food, games, and a fall edition of hide and seek in the library.  Register by Oct. 13 for a guaranteed spot.

Can't make it on Monday or Friday don't despair you can still participate in Teen Read Week fun. Come into the library anytime during Teen Read Week and if we catch you reading we will give you a small treat.  If you have read a book recently you can also submit a book review to the Teen Zone Desk and be entered for a chance to win Chamber Bucks.  We will be drawing multiple winners from the submitted reviews throughout Teen Read Week.  So get a review form from the Teen Zone desk and start reading for the fun of it! 



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Written by Leah Baumgartner

Hi, my name is Leah Baumgartner and I work in the Teen Zone at the Wells County Public Library. I’ll be honest and say that when I was first asked many years ago to help with the teens I was rather surprised to find out how much fun I had working with them. I still enjoy working with them today! Of course, I also love to read! If you see me in the library be sure to stop by and say hi!

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