Come check out The Ground Floor, a giant new space for teens at the Library! At The Ground Floor you can hang out with your friends and other teens; mess around with digital creativity equipment; and geek out! making videos, art, games, apps, music . . . anything—sky's the limit! The Ground Floor is your space to make, create, and hang out. Expect special guests, pop-up programs, and the unexpected!
Wires and Nerve picks up after the events of Winter (and Cinder, Scarlett, and Cress) so STOP RIGHT NOW if you haven't read those books. Actually, what's wrong with you? Go read those! They're so good! Start with Cinder, you're welcome. Read more about Wires and Nerve Vol. 1 by Marissa Meyer
Teen Tech Week is March 5 – 11th here at MCPL. Get hands-on all week with the great digital resources and tech the Library has to offer—all designed to help you succeed in school and prepare for college and 21st century careers. Whether it’s a video of you and your friends discussing your favorite TV show in the video studio, an attempt at producing your first song in one of the audio studios, or a quick digital drawing in Adobe Illustrator, come create a tech project in Level Up—the Library’s digital creativity center—then show it to staff and win a prize! Read more about Teen Tech Week - March 5-11
Winner of the 2017 Michael L. Printz Award, the 2017 Coretta Scott King Author Award, the 2017 Sibert Medal, and several other awards, March: Book 3 by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell is a monumental feat of storytelling that is a must-read. March: Book 3 is the final installment in a graphic novel trilogy that chronicles the Civil Rights Movement in the American South from the perspective of John Lewis. Read more about March: Book 3 by John Lewis