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Events planned for our Teens 
(grades 6 and older) @ APL

The first Tuesday of the month during the school year TAB meets in the Anderson Room from 5:30 - 6:30. If you are in grade 6 and older consider joining TAB. Talk to Amy or Sandy if you are interested.

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TAB     5:30 - 6:30

May 2

What is the Teen Advisory Board?  A group of more than twenty teens who meet once a month on the first Tuesday of the month to share their input on the Nero Young Adult Room, plan programs, eat pizza, and enjoy some serious laughter as they take a break from their crazy lives of school, sports and more. Interested in joining TAB?  Contact Amy or Sandy!

 

 

Saturday, May 6

 

YA Author Panel Discussion  2:00

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a successful young adult author? Join us on Saturday, May 6th at 2pm when the Abington Public Library hosts three local authors of young adult literature! Kim Savage was born and raised on the South Shore and is the author of two young adult novels, After the Woods and Beautiful Broken Girls. She now lives in a town northwest of Boston. Kim Harrington is the author of Clarity, PerceptionThe Dead and Buried, and Forget Me for teens and the Sleuth or Dare series for kids. She is an Abington native and still resides in Massachusetts. The third author to round out the group is Kendall Kulper who writes historical fiction with a fantasy twist for teen readers and is the author of Salt & Storm and Drift & Dagger. She grew up in New Jersey and now resides in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Stop into the library to hear these authors discuss their individual writing processes and from where they draw inspiration. Be sure to bring your own questions as well! This program is for adults and teens in 6th grade and up. The young adult author panel is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. No registration is necessary.

 

Teen Writing Workshop 4:00 - 5:00

Thursday, May 18

This program will use a variety of writing prompts to get teens to think outside the box and really stretch their imaginations. If you're into writing stories, poems, songs, etc., this workshop is for you. We encourage sharing your work, but will definitely not force anyone to read what they've written. Our teen writing workshop is for teens in grades 6-12. Registration is required prior to the meeting. Call/email the library, or see Miss Amy to sign up.

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