The Bethany Library will close Mon, 2/20 & reopen Mon, 3/6 in its temporary location at 7941 NW 23rd (the corner of 23rd & Council).
Teen Read 2016
Track your reading, challenge your friends, and earn badges! Read 20 hours and be entered to win.
October is Teen Read Month, which means our libraries are highlighting and appreciating you and the books and events you enjoy at the library. This year's theme is Read for the Fun of It! So grab something fun to read and join October’s teen reading program. While you’re at it, challenge your friends to see who can read more! Earn badges! And check out free events at the library!
Teen Read Week™ is a national adolescent literacy initiative that began in 1998 and is held annually during October. Here at the Metro Library System, we can't contain the festivities to just one week, so we celebrate Teen Read Month! Let's increase awareness of the great resources and services our libraries have to offer teens and their families and promote the importance of pleasure reading in all its forms (books, magazines, eBooks, audiobooks, & more).
Read for the Fun of It encourages teens to be regular readers and library users. Studies show that reading for fun improves students’ test scores. It’s also important to talk about reading with family and friends. So model reading for your children, ask them about what they’re reading, visit the library, and make reading part of your daily lives.
This reading program and the drawing prizes are specifically for ages 12-19. Outside of that age range? No worries. Adults and kids are welcome to track their reading for fun, too!
Some of our libraries have created special reward challenges just for teens at their location! Check with your librarian or look for the special Teen Read Month display at your local library.
From the pool of teens who have logged 20 hours: