Teens

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Programs & Events

DIY Glass Pendant Charms
Sunday, April 12, 2 pm
Location: Tredyffrin Public Library
Teens and tweens are invited to create personalized necklace pendants! Space is limited, RSVP to Laurie Doan at ldoan@ccls.org , 610.688.7092 x 200

Understanding and Demystifying College Admissions
Mondays, April 13, 20, 27 and May 4 from 7-8:30 pm
Location: Tredyffrin Public Library
No registration required.
What does the college admissions landscape look like today?  How can you match interests, abilities, values and karma with the right college?  How does a college admissions committee operate and for what are they really looking?  What are the current trends and hot topics in college admissions?  And just how are you supposed to pay for it all…?

Game Nights
If you are interested in joining game nights at Tredyffrin Public Library, contact ldoan@ccls.org.

Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

Third Thursday of the Month, 7:30 pm
Tredyffrin Public Library

TAB meets monthly at Tredyffrin Public Library to plan library activities and events for teens. If you are interested in joining TAB, please contact Laurie Doan at ldoan@ccls.org or 610.688.7092 x 200.

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Book Recommendations & Reviews

Books We Love

Discover new books on the Tredyffrin Teen Goodreads page!

Peter and the Starcatchers
by Dave Barry
and Ridley Peason

While reading Peter and the Starcatchers by: Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson I could not help but get sucked into the world of Peter Pan and his origin. The fantastical journey that Peter and the lost boys, his friends, go through to get where they are to this day is quite incredible. This is not only a young adult book but can be enjoyed by many different skill levels. From 5th graders all the way to 12th graders can enjoy this incredible transformation of a young boy. You may wonder how Captain Hook came to be, or how Peter can fly and never get old, or why the Mollusk can somewhat tolerate Peter and the lost boys. Well Peter and the Starcatchers will explore every corner on how it all comes together. Though at times imagination is needed to fully explore Peter and his intriguing beginnings, it brings together a childhood favorite of many, Peter Pan. Being the first of a four book series, Peter and the Starcatchers does a wonderful job at bringing it all to make sense. I have nothing bad to say about the book, I would suggest it to anyone who loves a creatively crafted Fantasy novel.