- Hey teens, did you know that you can get your own library card? The cards, which may be used at all three Union County libraries — as well as other libraries across the state that participate in the Pennsylvania Access program — are available free of charge to resident students.
Simply bring a parent or legal guardian to the library, fill out a simple application form. As soon as you are done, you can check out a wide variety of books and magazines as well as audiobooks and ebooks online.
‘Tweens and teens are invited to join the summer Lunch Bunch! You bring your lunch and we’ll provide the drinks. Before and after lunch, we’ll have some fun activities that fit into our theme of “Dig Into Reading.” The ‘Tween Lunch Bunch (for kids ages 8-12) is held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays, June 18 through July 30. The Teen Lunch Bunch (for teens ages 13-18) is held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesdays, June 19 through July 31.
- The Herr Memorial Library offers a variety of material for teens. The Young Adult section is located near the old front door of the library, opposite the staircase. It is between the Adult Fiction and Nonfiction collections. In addition to hardcover and paperback books, the library offers a selection of books on tape or CD as well as VHS tapes and DVDs.
- Teens can always have a great time at the Herr Memorial Library! Check out these fun Photos from our 2012 Summer Lunch Bunch!
- Are you wondering what other teens are reading? Visit the Young Adult Library Services Association “Teens’ Top Ten” list.
- Hey, if you like fairies, check out this website from DK/Eyewitness Books called “Fairypedia” to find out which fairy you are, learn the origins of different fairies, suggestions for fairy books, and other fairy links!