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Hey, we're on Instagram!

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Follow the official Instagram of London Public Library teens! You can find us on @teensatlpl for a glimpse behind the scenes, book recommendations, news, contests and to keep up with what's happening here at the library. Share what you're reading with #lplteens

Kawaii Keychains!

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Kawaii is Japanese for "cuteness". Learn to make these adorable felt key chains (ages 11-15). July 18th,  2:30-3:30 pm. Drop in - Teen Annex, Central Library

BBoy & BGirl Workshop

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Learn the basics of hip hop & break dance with Ill at Will at the BBoy & BGirl Workshop!

Saturday June 17th from 2:30pm-3:30pm in the Teen Annex, Central Library. Ages 11+. No registration. Free.

Additional Session on Saturday, July 15th 2:30pm-3:30pm!

GCR ONLINE BALLOT: Review a book for a ballot!

Are you a member of GCR? Report ONLINE here for your ONLINE BALLOT  -- read a book and add your review to earn an online ballot!  You'll be entered for the weekly draw at the location where you registered!  Not registered yet?  Join the Get Caught Reading Teen Summer Reading Challenge at any location of London Public Library until August 20. Save the date: Sat.

Celebrate National Youth Week: Free Comic Book Day, May 7

batman and robin comic book coverIt's National Youth Week May 1 - 7.  What better way to celebrate than with

Acts of kindness: Sharing art

book cover The Art abandonment projectImagine walking down the street and coming upon a mailbox covered with fluttering paper butterfly magnets -- and a card that says "Free/Libre/Gratis" on each one!  Art for free?

Looking for a Little Romance This Valentine’s Day?

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Well look no further than your local library.  We've got you covered with every kind of love story.

Something realistic?  How about reading Just Listen by Sarah Dessen.  Maybe you'd rather something realistic but extra complicated, like OCD Love Story by Corey Ann Haydu.  Or why not add some comedy into the mix with Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins.

If these don't appeal to you, how about a little fantasy in your love story with The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater?  We could even change our setting to a dystopia with The Selection by Kiera Cass, or throw in some science fiction with Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi.

Still not satisfied?  Well click here to browse through a long list of other romantic possibilities.

Who is sucking the life out of the students?

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Assignments, essays and exams on the horizon -- enough to make you wonder WHAT is sucking the life out of the students, is there some evil out there beyond the usual evils of school work?