Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Chinn Park Regional Library eTeen News May 2013

May Dates to Remember
12 – Mother’s Day
27 – Memorial Day observed
(Libraries are closed.)

Programs for Teens @ Chinn Park
Unless otherwise noted, all programs are for middle & high school students and are drop-in.

Café Chinn
Tuesday, May 7, 2:30 – 4:00 p.m.

Relax and refresh with light snacks in the Community Room at our monthly after-school café for teens. Hang out with friends, play board games, read, do a craft or just “chill.”

In honor of Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 12th, make a quick, simple gift for mom.

Creative Arts Contest
May 1 – September 16

Enter your short stories, poetry or art in any medium in our annual Creative Arts Contest for middle & high school students! Entry forms are available at the Information Desk, or download one on the library website at: Winners will be announced at the Creative Arts Showcase in the fall. Prizes will be awarded at middle and high school levels, and there will be a grand prize winner too. So don’t toss out those sketches or poems when you clean out your locker at the end of the school year; enter them in the Creative Arts Contest today!

Books to Look For

Feral Nights by Cynthia Leitch Smith Young Adult Fiction (2013)

When Yoshi’s sister Ruby goes missing, he strikes out for Austin to try to track her down, where he must deal with not only with homo sapians, but also vampires and all kinds of werepeople, human and animal mixes. Yoshi, a werecat himself, heads to the vampire-themed restaurant where his sister last worked, and meets Clyde, a werepossum who is haunted by the ghost of his best friend, Travis, and Aimee, the human girl he is crushing on, who also works at the restaurant. Clyde believes Travis was killed by Ruby, so he is less than thrilled to see Yoshi. But appearances can be deceiving, and the three uneasy partners eventually set out to both find Ruby and the truth about who or what caused Travis’s death.

Based on characters from the author’s previous book Tantalize (YA Fiction), you don’t have to read one to enjoy the other, but why not try both exciting paranormal mysteries? They’d make great summer reading!

Next Month: Here Comes Summer & Wild Reads!

c) 2012 Prince William Public Library System
Post a Comment