Prom

Check out these prom stories in the Moline Library’s Teen Corner!

Prom by Laurie Halse Anderson

Prom Nights from Hell by Meg Cabot (et al.)

Prom Kings and Drama Queens by Dorian Cirrone

Prom and Prejudice by Elizabeth Eulberg

Tessa Masterson Will Go to Prom by Emily Franklin & Brendan Halpin

Promposal by Rhonda Helms

Fat Hoochie Prom Queen by Nico Medina

Prom Anonymous by Blake Nelson

It’s Our Prom (So Deal With It): A Novel by Julie Anne Peters

Prom Ever After by Dona Sarkar (et al.)

Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick by Joe Schreiber

Around Town

Check out these events around town…

April 29 – Gaming for Teens  @ Davenport Public Library (Fairmount)
April 29 – Teen Movie Night @ Silvis Public Library
April 30 – Teen Writing Group @ River Valley District Library
May 2 – Role Playing Group @ Bettendorf Public Library
May 4 – After School Otaku Monday @ Bettendorf Public Library

 

 


What’s New?

Check out these new titles in the Young Adult section. Click on the title to go to the catalog for more information and place a hold.

Boys Don’t Knit by T.S. Easton
Ben Fletcher takes up knitting to avoid jail time following what he insists was a big misunderstanding. To his surprise, he finds he likes it and is pretty good at it.

The Third Twin by C.J. Omololu
Lexi and Ava have always blamed Alicia, their “third twin,” for problems and mistakes. When boys Alicia has dated start turning up dead, either one of the twins is a killer or Alicia is real.

Written in the Stars by Aisha Saeed
Naila has always known her parents would choose her husband for her. But she can’t help falling in love with Saif. A trip back to Pakistan turns into a nightmare when Naila learns her parents have found a husband for her. Will Saif find her in time?

Silent Alarm by Jennifer Banash
Alys finds herself on the wrong end of a shotgun in the school library when a student goes on a shooting rampage. On the other end is her brother, Luke.

The Cipher by John C. Ford
Robert “Smiles” Smylie is not a genius, but he’s surrounded by them. When his oddball neighbor, Ben, cracks an ancient, real-life riddle central to modern data encryption systems, Smiles must protect him for those who want to use the code.

Next Week

Wednesday, April 29 @ 2:30-4:30
Stop by the Teen Corner of the library for TEEN-ucopia. We have a variety of games for Nintendo Wii and Xbox One, board games, and other activities.

Saturday, May 2 from 2:00 to 4:00
Stop by the Moline Public Library on Saturday, May 2 between 2:00 and 4:00 to celebrate Free Comic Book Day. Pick up a free comic book, draw your own cartoons, snap a superhero selfie, take part in a trivia quest, and much more. Costumes optional.

Featured Series

Gone by Michael Grant

Mixing elements of science fiction, horror, and dark fantasy, this blisteringly fast-paced series features a large cast of pre-teen characters struggling for survival–and dominance–in a world where everyone over the age of 14 simply disappeared one day. Tension and drama run high in these books, and there’s a lot of action and violence as groups of “normal” teens and mutant “freaks” battle for power and control.

1) Gone

2) Hunger

3) Lies

4) Plague

5) Fear

6) Light

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What’s New?

Check out these new titles in the Young Adult section. Click on the title to go to the catalog for more information and place a hold.

I Remember You by Cathleen Davitt Bell
Juliet is falling in love with Lucas, but Lucas has already fallen in love with Juliet. In fact, he’s already lived their whole relationship. How do you hold on to someone you love in the present when they’ve begun slipping away from you in the future?

X: A Novel by Ilyasah Shabazz and Kekla Magoon
A novel following the early years of Malcolm X, cowritten by his daughter.

The Dead I Know by Scot Gardner
When Aaron gets a job at a funeral home, he surprisingly takes to it. Until he begins to experience dangerous bouts of sleepwalking and recurring dreams he can’t explain. Can he piece the clues together and figure out the truth of his past?

The Bargaining by Carly Anne West
Penny has been handed off from her mother to her father to her stepmother, and finds herself fixing up a creepy old house that might be haunted.

Infandous by Elana K. Arnold
17-year-old Sephora struggles with a secret so horrible she cannot speak of it even to those closest to her.

Next Week

Tuesday, April 21 @ 3:30-5:30
Anime Club
 is open to teens and tweens ages 12 to 21 who love anime, manga, and all things Japanese. Drop by to watch anime, enjoy snacks, and make new friends.

Wednesday, April 22 @ 2:30-4:30
Stop by the Teen Corner of the library for TEEN-ucopia. We have a variety of games for Nintendo Wii and Xbox One, board games, and other activities.

Thursday, April 23 @ 6:30
Tweens and Teens who entered the Teen Poetry Contest, along with their family and friends, are invited to the Teen Poetry Café and Awards Ceremony. All poets will have a chance to read their poems, and prizes will be awarded to this year’s winners.

Abraham Lincoln Readers’ Choice Award: 2016 Master List

The Abraham Lincoln Readers’ Choice Award winner is awarded to the book from that year’s master list that earns the highest number of student votes.

For a book to reach the master list, adult and young adult fiction and non-fiction titles must be nominated by teachers or librarians and vetted by the nominations committee. While the popularity of a particular title is important, the overall quality of the work is of primary importance. Each year, a panel of high school librarians, teachers, public librarians and students determines the final master list of twenty titles. Registered schools promote these books and students who have read four or more titles are eligible to vote. See the calendar for the award timeline.

This program is designed to encourage high school students to read for pleasure and to become lifelong readers. The award is named after former President Abraham Lincoln, an avid reader and noted author, is sponsored by ISLMA (Illinois School Library Media Association) and administered by the ALHSBA steering committee.

 

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz

Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys

Boy21 by Matthew Quick

Butter by Erin Jade Lange

Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge

The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Girl in Translation by Jean Kwok

I Am the Weapon (formerly Boy Nobody) by Allen Zadoff

I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson

If You Could be Mine by Sara Farizan

The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson

One Shot at Forever by Chris Ballard

Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline

Positive: A Memoir by Paige Rawl

Rot and Ruin by Jonathan Maberry

Say What You Will by Cammie McGovern

Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson

This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

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