Harry Potter and League of Extraordinary Teens.

Posted: March 25, 2015 by cplteen in books

For all of you lifelong Harry Potter fans and those who love the song “Uptown Funk,” I bring you the best thing ever!

Plus, the League of Extraordinary Teens meeting is tonight.  See you at 6:30 at the Josey Ranch Lake Library.

Teen Tech Week!

Posted: March 10, 2015 by cplteen in books

Hello everyone!  Teen Tech Week is here and we are celebrating all things Ipad at the library.  Join us at the Josey Ranch Lake Library tonight as we make trailers and play games all using our library Ipads.

The fun starts at 6:30.  Don’t forget your permission slip!

 

Wednesday, February 11th – Warm Bodies

Posted: February 9, 2015 by cplteen in books

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In honor of Valentine’s day, we will be showing the zombie love story Warm Bodies on Wednesday, February 11th.  The show will start at6:00 pm and we will have popcorn and soda for all.  Bring your friends and see if eating the right brain will really set that undead heart beating again.

 

 

Hebron and Josey has a new Teen Space!

Posted: February 3, 2015 by cplteen in books

Great news!  The Carrollton Public Library at Hebron and Josey is getting a teen room!  Plus more study rooms and even a first come first serve group study room.  Our grand opening is Thursday, February 5 at 6:30.  Join us as we unveil our newest spaces for study and fun.

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Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins

Posted: January 20, 2015 by cplteen in books
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Rebel BelleHarper Price was having the best Homecoming ever.  She knew she had the crown in the bag, if only she hadn’t forgotten her lip gloss.  Now she has superpowers and has to protect the one person she doesn’t get along with: David Stark.  Her new powers are pretty awesome but why is he the one she has to protect?

Hawkins blends comic hijinks with Southern charm in her newest novel.  While I can’t say I was laughing the entire time, I will say I was smiling.  When I wasn’t smiling, I was caught up in the action.  Did you know stiletto heels make excellent defense weapons?  How about pools?

While some might think Harper is a bit shallow, I found Harper to be a strong young woman who knows who she is and what she likes.  I found her very well developed as a character.  David was a little less developed but still very well rounded for someone who discovers his world is not what it seems.  Ryan and Bee round out the most important supporting cast and I have a feeling they will be more important as time goes on.  Be ready for a cliffhanger ending.  There should be more Rebel Belle books coming our way.

If you read and enjoyed the Hex Hall series, then you will love this one and if you didn’t read them– head to the shelf and grab them.