TEENS

Volunteer Opportunities

Want to volunteer at the Library? Fill out our Teen Volunteer Form and return it to your library.

TAG Meeting

Saturday, June 13 at 1:00 p.m., Christiansburg Library

Satruday, June 13 from 2:00p.m.-4:00p.m., Blacksburg Library

Have you grown out of the children’s section and want a space of your own?  Join us as we develop our ideas for the Teen area and create cool new programs that cater to your interests.  Participating in our Teen Advisory Group will also count as volunteer hours.  After all, you’re helping to make the library a better place!

Online Book Club

MFRL Teens

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An online place for teens of the Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library to share and discuss books the…

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“Green for Words” Book Club

Join the Green for Words Teen Book Club, held in the teen area of the Blacksburg Library, to talk about John Green’s book Paper Towns. Our first gathering will be held on Thursday, April 16 at 5:00 p.m. (It’s also a good time to check out the newly installed counter, bar stools and bistro table in the teen area!)  April 16 is Celebrate National Teen Literature Day! During the week of 4/12 – 4/18, National Library Week, we’ll be celebrating teen books by encouraging patrons to write down their favorite teen title on an entry form to win a gift certificate to the Regal NRV Stadium 14.  The winner will be announced on Monday, 4/20. Hey, it’s a good time to win a theater gift certificate – Paper Towns is being released in theaters on July 24!

 

 

Tell us about the books you're reading!

Tips for writing a book review:

Keep it between 5-10 sentences.
What's the book about?
Describe what you liked or disliked about it.
Try not to give away the ending!
Who would you recommend this to?
Please include your name, your age and the title and author of the book you reviewed.

Visit our Teen Book Review Form, review that awesome book you just read, and the review could be posted to front of the Teens Page!