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TEEN SUMMER READING PROGRAM

Get Excited! The Teen Summer Reading Program is taking place June 6 through July 22.

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BELOW ARE DOWNLOADABLE ITEMS FOR TEEN SRP.
PLEASE SEE THE CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR DETAILS.
Each time you participate in an SRP event or complete a bingo/scavenger hunt you will be entered into the raffle drawing.
The raffle drawing will be on July 22nd and winners notified to coordinate prize pick up.
Open to those in grades 6-12. All activities are FREE. Some registration required.
PGPL thanks these local businesses for their generosity in donating the following prizes:

  • Movie tickets to Lighthouse 4 Cinema
  • Gift card to Bookworks
  • Gift card to Patisserie Bechler
  • Jam & a mug from Happy Girl Kitchen (2)
  • Gift bags from Amara by the Sea (3)
  • Gift cards to Cafe Guarani (2)

Be You at Teen HQ

Teen HQ is the teen center headquarters located at Pacific Grove Public Library, 550 Central Avenue. It is a place designed exclusively for teens in middle and high school.

This teen hub provides the best environment for innovation to flourish. At Teen HQ, you can be you!

MEET UPS
Hosted by PGPL Librarian, Charlene Williams, these Meet Ups are just for Teens.
Teen Events & Meet Ups begin at 3:30pm. Snacks and refreshments are provided. Open to grades 6 to 12. Attendance is free. No sign up required.
         

anime, manga, & graphic novels meet up MayGame On!

CHALLENGES
Teen Bingo offers ideas for new reading activities such as "read a book published the year your were born". Note the title or accomplishment in the appropriate box and get a bingo by accomplishing four in a row.

Teen Scavenger Hunts are a fun, creative way to learn and explore the library, find the major areas, and discover different book genres, authors, and become familiar with the Dewey decimal system. 

Bring your card to the front desk by the deadline for a treat.
Flowers Scavenger HuntPoetry Bingo

 EVENTS
Our first teen book review writing workshop featured a three-step process for writing a book review presented by a local author. Teens also learned about the business side of writing and reviewing and enjoyed the opportunity to create their own reviews of a book of their choosing, posted in the Library and shared in the monthly newsletter. 

April is National Poetry Month, and Teens were invited to create Blackout Poetry. See the Calendar for all upcoming events.


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       Blackout Poetry - News

BOOKS

  • Check out Teen HQ's monthly book displays and ask a Librarian for reading recommendations. 
  • Take this short BOOK INTEREST SURVEY and you'll have 4 books reserved for you and a treat to pick up!

  • Blind Date with a Book (1)         Teen HQ





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