Teens

Upcoming Teen Events

Thistlebryt: Quibbler Day

07/24/2018 3:00 PM
Bob Herzfeld Memorial Library
BHML: Teen Lounge

Super Camp: That's A Wrap!

07/26/2018 3:00 PM
Bob Herzfeld Memorial Library
BHML: Lower Reading Area

Online Research

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Arkansas DMV Practice Test

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Staff Recommendations

Staff Favorite Teen Books

Staff Favorite Teen Books

Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky AlbertalliSixteen-year-old, not-so-openly-gay Simon Spier is blackmailed into playing wingman for his classmate or else his sexual identity--and that of his p...

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Mr. Brett's Top 10 YA Graphic Novels (In No Particular Order)

Mr. Brett's Top 10 YA Graphic Novels (In No Particular Order)

Archie by Mark Waid & Fiona StaplesARCHIE, one of the longest-running titles in comic book history, is rebooted here in this full-color collection that brings together two of the most talented cre...

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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

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Teens age 13 and older are welcome to volunteer at the library, but must attend orientation before being added to the volunteer schedule. New volunteer orientation is held 3 times a year, in September, January and May. Volunteers assist with shelf reading, program preparation, guinea pig care, toy cleaning and other duties as assigned. Inquire with the children's department if interested, (501) 778-4766 x.1398.

Volunteer Application.pdf