Teens

Upcoming Teen Events

Metaclub

09/17/2019 4:00 PM
Mabel Boswell Memorial Library
MBML: Meeting Room

Table Top Teens

09/17/2019 4:00 PM
Bob Herzfeld Memorial Library
BHML: Teen Lounge

Homeschool Hour - Teen

09/18/2019 10:30 AM
Bob Herzfeld Memorial Library
BHML: Teen Lounge

Crafting with a Cause

09/18/2019 3:30 PM
Bob Herzfeld Memorial Library
BHML: Meeting Room

Online Research

Brainfuse HelpNow

HelpNow provides live tutoring on a variety of subjects, offering a comprehensive suite of online academic services designed to support many learning needs and styles.

To access ACT and SAT prep materials, click on "Skillsurfer" under "Expert Help." You will then be able to select "College Entrance Test Prep" and choose your preferred test and subject. 

Arkansas DMV Practice Test

Driving-Tests makes free permit practice tests, that are written by experts, are available to anyone who wants to study, and come with online copies of official state guides.

Staff Recommendations

Board Games are for Everyone!

Board Games are for Everyone!

Miss Jenn, our Benton teen librarian, loves playing board games. She says it's one of her favorite ways to spend an afternoon! Unfortunately, it can be hard to find more than one person to play games...

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100 Books to Read Before College Challenge

100 Books to Read Before College Challenge

Want to earn prizes for reading books?Look no further! The teen librarians at the Saline County Library have developed the 100 Books to Read Before College Challenge for teens from 7th to 12th gr...

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Get To Know the Staff

Meet Mr. Brett

Meet Mr. Brett

Brett WilliamsYoung Adult ProgrammerWho is your favorite author? Stephen King! I’m a big fan of the spook-tacular, and this guy is the master.What is your favorite movie? Jurassic Park. I was obsesse...

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Meet Ms. Jenn

Meet Ms. Jenn

Ms. Jennifer Young Adult LibrarianWho is your favorite author? Tamora Pierce- She writes awesome fantasy with powerful female characters.When you aren’t reading, what do you like to do? I love t...

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Frequently Asked Questions

The library hosts many after-hours events for youth and adults throughout the year. Children and Teens are required to submit a contract in order to attend any after-hours events. Event Contract.pdf

Teen volunteers are accepted 3 times a year during volunteer orientations in January, May, September. Spots are limited to around 10 volunteers a semester. Volunteer applications are available prior to orientation and not accepted at other times. Teens will work 1 hour a week. Teens must be 13-18 to volunteer. Applications can only be picked up at the children's desk. Teens must be self starters and responsible independent workers capable of following directions.