Teens

Teens

Teen 365

Explore, create, collaborate, hang out. Whatever you're into, we're here to help you explore and succeed. We've got makerspaces, online tools, in-person classes, and the entire library to help you figure it all out. Find others like you, learn from mentors, or do it on your own.

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Woods Memorial Library is organizing a youth-led Health Action Team where you will use art, writing, and the media arts to change the conversation in Tucson about youth mental and physical health. The projects you create will help the library in its mission and make a positive impact on you and your community.

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Homework

Tutors are available every day from 2 pm to 11 pm to help students of all ages with homework and school assignments covering all subjects. These expert tutors really know their stuff. Available in English or Spanish.

Never used this before? Watch a video tutorial to see how it works.

Teens from all over Pima County contribute to Teen 365. Watch chats with favorite authors at the Tucson Festival of Books, interviews with local artists, and more!

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What are you doing that’s creative? We invite you to tell the story of you, your friends, and family. The medium doesn't matter; what matters is telling the world your story. Submit your stories to us!

We invite teens, ages 14 to 18, to participate as a Library Virtual Volunteer. You'll work with other teens and librarian mentors on meaningful projects virtually, meeting online and working on volunteer projects from your home.

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Tag your heart out with Libby!

Libby Tags have gotten an upgrade! Read about all the cool ways you can organize your reading and listening with Libby.

We know how awesome Benjamin Alire Sáenz is. Do you?

Read all this great praise for Benjamin, then mark your calendar for our LGBTQ+ Services Committee's 25th Anniversary Author Talk on Oct 15!

Benjamin Alire Sáenz Read-A-Likes

Benjamin's author talk is Saturday, October 15 at Tucson High Tech Mall at 2 pm. If you liked his books, you might enjoy some of these.

Costumes and cosplay DIY

PCPL and Hoopla have all the books you need to glow up your Halloween look!

Banned Books authored by Black Women

For Banned Books Week, consider reading one of these powerful titles written by Black women.

Weekly Waitlist: September 25, 2022

We’ve all had it happen: You hear about a book & go to your local library to find it, but dozens of people are ahead of you on the waitlist.

Ghost Hunting Day!

Lift your spirits up with some titles to celebrate National Ghost Hunting Day!

Three Books on a Theme: Classic Tales Retold

Reading a reimagined classic tale is like discovering a new side of a dear friend.

2022 National Book Award for Young People Nominees Announced

This year's titles address gender and sexuality, racism and xenophobia, self-esteem and self-acceptance. Finalists revealed October 4.

September 21st is International Day of Peace

The United Nations state dedicates this date to strengthening the ideals of peace through a non-violent period of a 24-hour cease-fire.

Commemorating 25 years with Benjamin Alire Sáenz!

Join us at this free, in-person event on Saturday, October 15 from 2 to 4 pm at Tucson High Magnet School, Tech Mall, 400 North 2nd Avenue.

Pirates! And their history

International Talk like a Pirate Day is September 19th! Celebrate with PCPL materials all about pirates and their history!

Pirates! And their Tall Tales

International Talk Like a Pirate day is September 19th! Celebrate with stories about pirates from PCPL!

Banned Books Week!

Banned Books Week is September 18th-24th. Look at the top 10 most challenged materials of 2021, tracked by the American Library Association.

Coming Soon - Mysteries and Thrillers

Here are some upcoming mysteries and thrillers out in fall 2022!

Place as Character

These places are alive, literally, and they have very strong feelings about the people who inhabit them.

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