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Who I Follow

epicreads:

Like, Try, Why #37!

The Selection —-> The Jewel by Amy Ewing

A Great and Terrible Beauty —-> Illusions of Fate by Kiersten White

Before I Fall —-> Falling Into Place by Amy Zhang

(via messengerplteens)

LISTEN UP! Be part of this tomorrow…then come in and tell us all about it!

penguinteen:

gayleforman:

So, this is happening tomorrow night. Me, Stephanie Perkins and Jandy Nelson. We might just break Twitter.

With all that awesomeness in one Twitter chat, how can we NOT break Twitter? 

Also, this. Be there. 

(via wasa)

Let’s change this to (SMART) Girls (Run the World)! 14 year old Naomi Horn has got it right. Read her essay about smart girls and how awesome it is to have fictional (and real life) role models like Hermione Granger! 

virlibraryteens:

Whether you’re bass or treble, just don’t be plastic.

Get ready to celebrate Banned Books Week at your Lewis & Clark Library! On Thursday, September 25, join us in the Teen Space for a read in and photo booth. Get your picture taken with your favorite banned book! 

Get ready to celebrate Banned Books Week at your Lewis & Clark Library! On Thursday, September 25, join us in the Teen Space for a read in and photo booth. Get your picture taken with your favorite banned book! 

(via fppld-teens)

Warning: today’s post contains extreme librarian nostalgia! But seriously….WITCHES! IN FICTION! YES! 

I know we’re not even close to Halloween yet, but I saw this list from BookRiot.com today and I flew back in time a few years (like 20) and remembered how obsessed I used to be (still am) with books about witches. The Witches, that Roald Dahl classic, has a special, special place in my heart. I must’ve read it about a million times! And The Witch of Blackbird Pond! Classic! 

Contemporary books about witch craft are just awesome, too. I’m super excited to finish the third book in Deborah Harkness’s A Discovery of Witches trilogy and can we just all agree on how awesome Rachel Hawkin’s Hex Hall series is?! 

Let’s not even talk about all of the awesome witchcraft movies out there…! 

- Heather, Teen Services Librarian

YES! Join us for our next teen writer’s group if you want a little inspiration from like minded and super creative people. 

fight4future:

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September 10th is the day we take our fight for net neutrality to the next level.

In this post are a bunch of resources for companies, organizations, people, and cats to use to promote the #InternetSlowdown. If you’ve told us you’re joining the slowdown, great!…