The Supernatural World: Favorite YA picks

This blog post was written by Keagan Blackford, the Bainbridge Youth Services teen intern at our Bainbridge Island location.

Reading books is a great way to get the imagination going. But I find it's more fun when you read about things that don't really exist- it causes your imagination to branch out more!

Three of my favorite supernatural and paranormal are Paranormalcy, Clockwork Angel, and The Young Elites.

Young Women Who Inspire

This March, we’ll celebrate inspiring women from the past. It’s also a great time to recognize young women who are inspiring others in ways big and small. The following memoirs offer a range of experiences to read about; some will have you laughing, some will have your crying, but in the end they will all have you feeling proud of young women today. Descriptions from Baker & Taylor.

The Fight for Civil Rights: Compelling Middle and High School Titles

One way to commemorate the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on Monday, January 18, is to learn more about the experiences of people who were part of the struggle for civil rights. In recent years, a number of highly engaging books have been written for middle and high schoolers on this subject. Descriptions from Baker & Taylor.

Marching to the Mountaintop: How Poverty, Labor Fights and Civil Rights Set the Stage for Martin Luther King Jr.'s Final Hours by Ann Bausum

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