Summer Reading 2014: Spark a Reaction
Congratulations to ALL of our teen readers! You guys rocked this summer.
We are proud to say:
- 154 teens participated in the summer reading “game card” program, logging their total hours read this summer
- 393 teens attended our 13 events for teens. Click here to check out photos!
We also wish to congratulate our two grand prize winners: Victoria Rivera, winner of the $50 Barnes and Noble gift card, and Claire Egan, winner of the $50 Best Buy gift card! Both winners read over 40 hours this summer and earned loads of raffle tickets.
Update on Topsfield Fair Tickets: As of August 29, 2014, we are still waiting to receive all of our Topsfield Fair ticket packets. Check back soon; this page will be updated as soon as the packets are ready to be picked up, and all qualified readers will receive an email or phone call.*Special thanks to the Friends of the Library for funding our Summer Reading prizes, including the grand prize gift cards and Topsfield Fair tickets for teens*
The following events are open only to young adults entering grades 6 through 12.
Teen Advisory Board
Tuesday, September 9 (no public school), 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Staff Conference Room
The TAB meets once a month to help Allison with planning programs for teens, selecting books, and more. Free food is always provided. To learn more about the board, visit www.beverlypubliclibrary.org/teens/tab.
Tuesday, September 19, 3:30—5:30 PM, Sohier Room
Watch anime, eat snacks, and have fun!
Pizza and a Movie!
Thursday, September 21, 3:45—6:00 PM, Sohier Room
Join us for this book-to-movie flick about two witty teens who meet at a cancer support group and end up falling in love. Okay? Okay. Plus, free pizza and soda! Our movie license prohibits us from listing the title of the movie. Can’t figure it out from our hints? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the library at 978-921-6062 to find out.
Save the Date
Gallery Opening: Summer Reading Exhibit
Tuesday, October 7, 6:30—8:00 PM, Sohier Room
This October, the Sohier Room will host an art display that brings the reading experience of Beverly teens to life. The students of Briscoe Middle School and Beverly High School read a wide range of books, from the classic Never Let Me Go to Rainbow Rowell’s loveable Eleanor and Park to the electrifying first book in the Michael Vey series. The students produced creative responses to the books they read, including drawings, posters, paintings, dioramas, songs, and more. Celebrate the opening of the art exhibit and enjoy some light refreshments! (This event is open to patrons of all ages. Hope to see you there!)